The San Diego Comic-Con, a comic book and popular arts convention, saw the release of the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro TRANSFORMERS Special Edition model. But despite the buzz, the real-life Bumblebee is a huge letdown as the Transformers edition is virtually nothing more than a simple logo package. Forget about the Z28 bumper and hood treatment or the unique alloy wheels used on Bumblebee in the Transformers movie.
What supposedly makes this Camaro special are the Transformer and Autobot logos on the side panels, the wheel center caps, the sill plates, the center console and on the black rally stripes.
Not surprisingly, the New GM claims that the Transformers edition is as special as the movie car. "When the first TRANSFORMERS movie was setting box office records, we had countless customers asking to purchase the 'BUMBLEBEE' Camaro," said Karen Rafferty, product marketing director, Chevrolet. "Now, they can buy one with the new Camaro TRANSFORMERS Special Edition. Streets all over North America will be buzzing in no time."
If you're still interested, the Transformers kits is priced at $995 and it's offered on the LT V6 and the SS V8 Camaros in Rally Yellow with or without the RS package.