2017 Trans Am Camaro Interior Design and Special Features
Old-school muscle cars weren't known for their jazzy interiors, but the 2017 Pontiac Trans Am Camaro makes a clean break with that tradition. Done up with a number of retro touches like square bezels around the gauges, the overall effect is stylish despite the use of a little too much hard plastic. Outward visibility, though, is hampered by thick roof pillars and a low roof line.
The 2017 Trans Am Camaro's new MyLink display interface features a clean layout and intuitive menu structure. Pleasingly, it allows further control of smart phone radio apps, such as Pandora and Stitcher. Unfortunately, the interface can prove frustrating to use at times, as reactions to touch inputs are occasionally slow or missed entirely.
While the front seats are comfortable enough, the 2017 Trans Am Camaro's rear seat is the smallest among its rivals. The trunk is equally tiny at just 11.3 cubic feet, and that space can't be expanded due to the absence of fold-down rear seatbacks. The smallish trunk opening also makes loading and unloading larger items a frustrating experience.