Transformers 4: Camaro Bumble Bee Concept

Transformers 4: Camaro Bumble Bee Concept

Paramount Pictures has revealed the first images of the vehicles that will be featured on the Transformers 4 Movie, including an exclusively redesigned version of the iconic ‘Bumble Bee’ Camaro.


The set of images was published on the Transformers 4 Movie’s Facebook page and show some of the new “characters”, including a Bugatti Veyron, a Pagani Huayra, a Corvette Stingray and a 1967 Camaro SS.

Transformers 4 - Camaro Bumble Bee Concept

Transformers 4 - 1967 Camaro SS

The special Bumble Bee concept is characterized by a unique front end, with a different, cleaner bumper and sleek LED headlights integrated in the thin fascia and the second side window replaced by a matte black panel.

Transformers 4 - Camaro Bumble Bee Concept

Transformers 4 - Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse

Transformers 4 - Corvette Stingray

Transformers 4 - Pagani Huayra

The new installment in the Transformers movie series will feature Mark Wahlberg as main protagonist and will hit theaters on June 27th, 2014.

(Source: Paramount Pictures)

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