Burt Reynolds Unveils New ‘Bandit Edition’ Trans Am And It Sounds Incredible [Video]

The Pontiac Trans Am was originally manufactured by General Motors from 1967 to 2002 but with the folding of the Pontiac brand back in 2009, it seemed like we’d never the badass car again. However, that all changed when a company called Trans Am Depot licensed the name and badge from GM to produce new Trans Ams. The company recently unveiled a new “Bandit Edition” that soups up the iconic 1977 Trans Am featured in Smokey and the Bandit. And who better to introduce the car than the Bandit himself, Burt Reynolds, who also signed all 77 of the new Trans Ams.

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