Interesting, but not very graceful. It's really a shame the Turbo, convertible, and 90 proto didn't make it to production. This one though, I'm kinda glad it didn't get made. Although it is cool to see some of the ideas GM had for the car. What would the Fiero be today if GM hadn't killed it?
It seems to me is the same dash we all have. I agree that it is a great thing that this car never made it. Even though it is interesting to see now, a 4 seater would have killed the essence of the fiero.
I sat in the back seat of that fiero, unfortunately it sucks. The car needed another 6" extension just to comfortably seat a person in back. The driver seat sits so far back, it'll crush your legs, and such. The cool thing though, is it has 2 separate radios, one for the front, and one for the back.
wow im just thinking load that up with 4 people.... the weight balance is good 2seater i wander what the extra weight and lenth would do to handling/performance? not to mention that im 6-3" i doubt i could fit in the back!
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Posts: 1173 From: Ontario, Canada Registered: May 2001
Those are the same seats as the 89 GTA Trans am has,as well as the steering wheel.
You could also get this steering wheel in the early Bonneville also, it hooks right up to the push button radio if it's equipped with the serial link. I've wanted to do the swap but have been unable to find a decent steering wheel and working "clockspring" from a donor vehicle.
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Posts: 4218 From: Martville, NY USA Registered: Jun 2001
Also, it may not be as cool looking as the 2 seaters we drive, but it looks nice enough "in the flesh". Even though it looks a little awkwards in these pics, it seems to look much better in person and on video. And don't forget the rebody potentials. If this had been produced, frame stretches wouldn't be necessary. And think of the subwoofers you could have fit back there!