The Transformers: Age of Extinction is all set for its release on 27th June. Transformers is one movie that have been presenting amazing cars as heroes to connect with the younger audience across the globe. One of the most beloved transformers is the Chevrolet Camaro Bumblebee which will be appearing for the fourth time in this movie franchise. The movie has helped significantly in boosting the sales of Camaro over years. The franchise has been offering a great platform to display the designs of General Motors to the prospective buyers.

transformers-age-of-extinction-bumblebeeGM stand at 2014 New York Auto Show

In the first movie that was released in the year 2007, Transformers, the Chevrolet Camaro Bumblebee came as a 1977 second generation hand-me-down yellow Camaro and was eventually converted into the fifth generation Camaro. It has Holden Monaro chassis and 2006 Concept Camaro body panels. Then in the second installment, Transformers Revenge of the Fallen, released in 2009, the Camaro appeared in a modified production version together with signature black rally stripes on its hood and trunk. It has a custom front bumper and mailslot hood.

The third installment came in the year 2011, Transformers: Dark of the Moon. In this movie, the SS model of Camaro was introduced with come color update. It has new paint scheme, black side mirrors, darker wheels and wider rally stripes. In the latest 2014 installment, you will see Camaro Bumblebee appearing in a new, redesigned and updated look. It has been made muscular and aggressive. The sides of the car has been bulked up the bowtie will have a new fascia. Bumblebee will be leaner and meaner in Transformers: Age of Extinction.

Paramount Pictures and Chevrolet shares a great bond because of this franchise. Transformers movie franchise features many other cars as well including Chevrolet Sonic rally car and this installment will also be featuring Lamborghini Aventador.

 
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