2003 Pontiac IMSA Fiero

Filed in Pontiac Fiero by on August 18, 2017 • views: 375;

The Pontiac Fiero has never really received much respect. Yes, it has it’s fans. Pretty much every vehicle out there has a fan base. But it’s really an underdog compared to the Pontiac Firebird. Even though it was designed as a sporty 2-seater, it only produced 140 horsepower.

People have tried to build the Fiero in to a better car using a host of body kits. They’ve been turned in to replicas of cars like the Lamborghini and Ferrari.

The car you see doesn’t try to hide the fact that it’s a Fiero. It’s actually an all tube chassis IMSA race car with Fiero body panels. It uses wider rear quarter panels to cover the 14-inch wide racing tires. The fenders needed to cover a total width of 76-inches.

The car is powered by a 645 horsepower V8 connected to a Porsche transaxle. That means the drivetrain now sits longitudinally in the car. The car has a top speed of 212 MPH and a 10.5 second quarter mile time. It has a 0-60 time of 3.2 seconds.

Anyone that says they wouldn’t want to hit the street with this car is lying.


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