The 2014 Pontiac GTO “6T9 Goat” is a Camaro-based conversion designed to bring the look of the old 1969 GTO The Judge. It was designed by Trans Am Depot designer Kevin Morgan.
The Chevy Camaro-based Pontiac 6T9 Goat is painted in Carousel Red, and this color perfectly suits it. This new 2014 Pontiac GTO was designed and created by Trans Am Depot to honor one of the best muscle cars in history — the 1969 Pontiac GTO The Judge. Thanks to years of hard work and a perfect blend of classic styling and modern technology, they pulled it off perfectly. This is not just a new Chevrolet Camaro wrapped in a GTO-style body kit. Designers have used fiberglass, sheetmetal, and plastic materials to bring to life this classic vehicle. With new front and rear fascias, it looks aggressive and is simply gorgeous.
On the front, this muscle car has its own split grille, just like the 1969 model. The headlights (with HID lighting) are positioned low, below the grille, near the bumper and not-so-small air intakes. Designers also replaced the hood and added the air scoops. On the back, which has been widened, they added new taillights, a restyled trunk, new rear wing, and a pair of dual exhaust pipes. The 2014 Pontiac GTO “6T9 Goat” rides on the modern 20-inch alloy wheels, which perfectly fit below flattened wheel openings. Of course, there are also new emblems.
Interior Design and Technology
Inside, designers have used custom black leather materials with orange stitching, making the cabin modern, but keeping its classic feel. The interior of the 2014 Pontiac GTO “6T9 Goat” The Judge Concept is all about comfort and functionality. The seats feature the same ribbed design as those in 1969 model. Guys over at Trans Am Depot added custom gauges, modern touchscreen display with GPS navigation unit, multifunctional steering wheel with 6T9 emblem,
Engine, Specs, Performance
The 2014 Judge concept shown here is powered by a modern supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 LS3 engine meant to deliver best performance and great speeds. It can produce up to 614 horsepower and 610 lb-ft of torque. The power is transferred to the rear wheels via a 6-speed manual gearbox. With a custom hydraulic roller camshaft, a set of SLP longtube headers, and 12 pounds of boost, this muscle car will get even the most hardened old-school enthusiast excited.
2014 Pontiac GTO “6T9 Goat” Release Date
The 2014 Pontiac GTO was made available last fall, and it will sure appeal to the fans of classic Pontiac and Chevrolet vehicles. Yes, the official Pontiac vehicles might be discontinued, but there are people like those guys from Trans Am Depot that can help us get modern versions of our favorite muscle cars. Unfortunately, I don’t know the price of this custom conversion kit. The price might vary, depending on your needs and specification. Let’s say somewhere between $25,000 and $60,000.
Here are some additional photos of the 2014 Pontiac GTO “6T9 Goat” The Judge Concept.
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