Transformers 4 Age Of Extinction – Bumblebee Concept Camaro Design Process

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2005 Boards Member GabrielPrime is bringing us some Images and a Video from General Motors Advance Design Center, featuring the design process of Transformers: Age Of Extinction Bumblebee; a Concept Chevrolet Camaro.

The images also show off an unused design with a color scheme similar to the Dark Of The Moon Bumblebee.

Chevrolet Camaro is the biggest Product Placement seen on the Transformers Live Action Movie Series and it has helped GM to bring back Camaro’s popularity.

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  1. MV95's Avatar MV95 says

    Neat! I like that Camaro with the carbon hood in the first photo better, unfortunately.

  2. HeroicC300's Avatar HeroicC300 says

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by SPLIT LIP View Post
    That silver/red striped Camaro concept is happy as hell.
    Damn you! Now I can't unsee that!

  3. Skottech's Avatar Skottech says

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by SPLIT LIP View Post
    That silver/red striped Camaro concept is happy as hell.
    I wonder if that is what doomed that version?

    M.Bay:" I want it to say, "I will kill you."

  4. EnerJohn has no avatar! EnerJohn says

    Lol those people at the end told what they want, which is what MANY cars have or do. Geeez...

  5. Jerrymiru's Avatar Jerrymiru says

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by SPLIT LIP View Post
    That silver/red striped Camaro concept is happy as hell.
    Noticed that to. Stands out a lot.

    Also been noticing that a LOT of cars out today seem to have faces on the front.

  6. Timesynch's Avatar Timesynch says

    Haha, now I can't unsee the "Dreamworks CGI character smirk face meme" when I see the white and red concept.

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