Any car will look better, even one that didn’t look so hot in the first place…
Thankfully, Chevrolet have done a great job of styling (and engineering) the Impala and if the extent of the modifications is not excessive, it wears them well. This Impala is riding on Vossen wheels (VVSCV3 and VVSCV4), that are of a simple and elegant design.
The previously showed 1967 Camaro-based Bumblebee car will likely be used as an entry in the film before the so-called 2014 Concept Camaro Bumblebee steps in to take the first role.
Just as there’s no question that GM will use the placement of the Camaro in the movie to launch a Transformers edition of the car onto the market (as it did with the previous films), there’s also no doubt that it will look different than this concept that comes with a newly designed face, different than the one we saw on the facelifted model.
(story from Carscoops)
While cruising around GM’s Proving Grounds center in Michigan in search for prototypes, our spies were surprised to see a filming crew for the upcoming Transformers 4 blockbuster, and together, an assortment of new Autobots, including the new Bumblebee dressed in a 2014 Camaro Coupe suite.
Other models featured on the set include the 2014 Corvette Stingray, a Bugatti Veyron Grand Vitesse, a Medium Tactical Vehicle from Oshkosh Defense (Hound,)and the Optimus Prime truck, all of which we’ve already had the opportunity to see through Michael Bay’s photo releases.
While not seen here, other vehicles that have been confirmed for the movie that arrives in cinemas next summer are the Lamborghini Aventador, Pagani Huarya, Daimler’s Freightliner trucks.
(story from Carscoops)
Michael Bay is keeping the buzz going around the fourth installment of the Transformers franchise with the release of four fresh pictures, including a group shot of the Autobot team and three individual images of cars that will take part in the forthcoming film.
These include an Oshkosh Defense military truck, a Lamborghini Aventador and a Chevrolet Sonic RS Rally Car.
The new Transformers 4 film is slated for a June 2014 release.
Despite his long history with traditional internal combustion engines and climate change skepticism, Bob Lutz remains a strong voice for the plug-in future of the automobile.