Are they still making Pontiac Firebird?

No, General Motors is not bringing it back but they have licensed a certain group called the Trans Am Depot to take care of it. To be more specific, you won't be getting any new Pontiacs, however, for the muscle car fanatics out there, the Trans Am is going to make a comeback. via

Is a Firebird faster than a Camaro?

Aside from styling differences, the last Firebirds were carbon copies of the Camaros down the small block V8s. However, a ram air intake, exclusive to the Trans Am WS6, added 15 more horsepower and lb-ft. of torque, making it slightly faster than the top-of-the-line Camaro SS. via

What was the best year of Firebird?

10 Best Pontiac Firebirds You Can't Miss

  • 7 1970 Pontiac Firebird.
  • 6 1981 Pontiac Firebird.
  • 5 1981 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am NASCAR Turbo Pace Car.
  • 4 1982 Pontiac Firebird.
  • 3 Pontiac Firebird Special Edition: Firehawk.
  • 2 1999 Pontiac Firebird 30th Anniversary Trans Am.
  • 1 2002 Pontiac Firebird Collector's Edition Trans Am.
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    Who makes Firebird now?

    This also coincided with the release of the 1967 Mercury Cougar, Ford's upscale, platform-sharing version of the Mustang. The name "Firebird" was also previously used by GM for the General Motors Firebird in the 1950s and early 1960s concept cars.
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    Second generation (1970–1981)

    Second generation
    Production 1970–1981

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    Why are Camaros called F bodies?

    The F platform, or F-body, was General Motors' rear-wheel drive pony car automobile platform from 1967 until 2002. It was based partially on the GM X platform, which was used for compact applications instead of the sporting intent of the F-Body. via

    What engine did the Pontiac Firebird have?

    Performance (Firebird / Firebird Trans Am)

    Engine Year(s) 0–60 mph
    231 cu in (3.8 L) Buick Turbo V6 1989 4.6 s.
    5.7 L (347.8 cu in) LT1 V8 1993–1997 5.4 s.
    1996–1997 5.0 s.
    5.7 L (347.8 cu in) LS1 V8 1998–2000 4.9 s.

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    What does the Firebird represent?

    In Russian folklore, the firebird represents a treasure that is rare and difficult to possess. This is emphasized by descriptions of the bird, which often refer to its golden or glowing feathers and eyes that resemble jewels. The fact that just one of its feathers contains magic suggests the great power of the bird. via

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