Chevrolet Details Transformers 4 Camaro

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Move hits the big screen next week.

With the fourth instalment of the Transformers franchise just one week away, Chevrolet has released new details about the Camaro that was used to portray Bumblebee. For Transformers: Age of Extinction, Michael Bay instructed GM's design team to give the Camaro a “more aggressive an muscular” look. The North Hollywood Design Center duly obliged, creating this one-off Camaro with “bulked up sides” and a new front end.

The design team were also tasked with restyling other cars for the movie, including a Corvette Stingray that plays Crosshairs, and a Sonic rally car. As well as promoting its cars, GM will also be starring in the film having had scenes shot at the Milford Proving Grounds, the GM Design Center in Warren, Michigan, and the Delta Township Assembly Plant.

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