Friday, August 26, 2011

Close-Up With Special Edition Transformers Camaro

Transformers fans with the money will have an opportunity to own Bumblebee starting this September. Available for purchase now for sale next month, the package lets you own a tricked out 2012 Chevrolet Camaro with Transformers: Dark of the Moon inspired touches. A new article and video (below) from GM breaks down all the details from Adam Berry, Senior Creative Manager at GM who helped work on the special edition. Images of the car can be found at Camaro5.

8 comments:

  1. Bumblebee was a more brighter orange-ish yellow. That's not an accurate model.

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  2. Martinus Prime8/26/2011 11:58 AM

    Awsome car!!!
    But yeah, first of all, it's indeed the wrong colour.
    And where is the Dark o/t Moon front bumper???? This one just has an original bumper.

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  3. ITS A TURD RENOVATION. THEY DONT MAKE IT STAND OUT. IM SURE HOME CUSTOM DETAILERS COULD DO SO MUCH BETTER

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  4. Im sure they will mark it up $3000 from the factory and the dealer will throw on an additional $10,000 "market value adjustment". I can see a 2000 mark up if they ACTUALLY matched the paint to the movie character. This is nothing more than a hollow marketing scheme. They should have matched the bumper and the color. Make it a legitimate Bumblebee. The Ralley Yellow color is boring.

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  5. Uh, considering that the paint job on the actual Bumblebee is $10,000-15,000 Chevy is never going to make a paint accurate bumblebee.

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  6. Why can't they paint it in the bumbleebee color? Some of the paint colors Chevy has (like Rally Yellow, for example) has an added cost of $325. Why can't they offer Bumblebee's color for the same additional cost? What makes it so special that they can't give it to us? Does anyone know what that color is anyway? I'm wondering if a paint shop could replicate that color and just repaint it.

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  7. If I could afford the camaro with the spoiler (which I can't, I had to settle for a '09 Impala, sigh), I'd find a paint shop that could do that color, do the black stripes (or buy the car with the stripes and only repaint the solid color), and slap my own autobot emblems on the sides. I have one on my car right now, and that thing is super stuck. It cost only a few bucks. You buy a Bumblebee camaro from the dealership, and you're paying thousands extra for nothing. Bah!

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  8. this is rubbish and lame...

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