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Video: Chevrolet Rolls out the ‘Collection’ for ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’ 28
Posted by Darryl in Automotive, Chevrolet, Chevrolet Camaro, Chevrolet Camaro Transformers Special Edition, Movie, Transformers, Transformers 3, Transformers Camaro, video on 06 28th, 2011

Get a sneak peek of BumbleBee and the other Autobots rolling out into the streets to face off against the Decepticons in a new exclusive Chevrolet-Transformers ad below. The new ad not only features the Autobots but a few other ‘choice’ Chevrolet vehicles (in addition to a Ferrari 458 Italia and Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG). The featurette video is truly amazing and makes me count down the hours before I get to see the new movie.

[source: Chevrolet Facebook page]

Chevy Announces Yet Another Bumblebee Camaro 28
Posted by Kurt Ernst in Automotive, Camaro, Chevrolet, Kurt, News, Transformers Camaro on 06 28th, 2011

The 2012 Transformers Camaro. Image: © GM Corp.

Did you miss your chance to buy a Bumblebee Camaro in 2010 or 2011? Are you obsessed with Transformers, Decepticons and Autobots? Are you counting the hours until you can go see Transformers: Dark of the Moon? If so, Chevy has some good news for you: they’re building a Transformers Camaro (in Bumblebee yellow and black, of course) for the 2012 model year, too.

The Transformers package will add $3,000 to the cost of a 2LT (V-6) or 2SS (V-8) Camaro. For your money, you get Rally Yellow paint with black stripes, 20-inch black wheels, summer-only performance tires, Autobot logos on the wheels and front fenders, black leather seating with yellow stitching, yellow stitched trim on the dash and center console and Autobot logos on the front headrests and center console. Just in case you wanted more, Chevy dealers can upgrade you to 21-inch wheels and a black paineted ground-effects package.

The 2012 Transformers Camaro. Image: © GM Corp.

Chevy dealers will begin taking orders in July, with deliveries beginning in September. Unlike the movie car, your Bumblebee Camaro won’t configure itself into a giant, evil-fighting robot, but that’s probably a good thing. Can you imagine how much insurance would cost on a real Autobot?

Source: Chevrolet