See Autobot Bumblee transform at auto show while Jolt, Sideswipe, Skids & Mudflap also make their debut . This is the first official look at the Autobots from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and the first official release of the new character names!
2009 Nissan 370Z Coupe
As the most powerful Z ever produced, the new 370Z hits dead center in the
sports car sweet spot of performance & design. With a standard 332-horsepower 3.7-liter V6,
choice of two advanced transmissions, & a full array of driver-oriented
interior features, the new 370Z is designed to be one of the top
performance values in the world.
Lifesize Bumblebee Autobot Build
An in-depth look at the five-plus hour process of erecting the 18-foot
tall, 3,700 pound replica of the Transformers Autobot Bumblebee by
Chevrolet for the 2009 Chicago Auto Show.
GM Corvette Stingray Concept Driven And Detailed
The GM Corvette Stingray concept has a conceptual hybrid powertrain and
iPhone app-like downloads, it represents a merger of GM design and
technology from the past, present and future. Visit
gh+tech-hybrid-super-car to learn more about it.
The Perfect Drift
Note: I added subs for those who want them
2009 D1GP Round 4 Okayama
Driver: Kawabata Masato
Score: 100 points from all judges
Another angle (taken from the 1st corner stands):
I got the music from here: http://www.youtube.com/trackonerecordings
If you liked the old song better, you can get it yourself from audioswap -
search for "With A Spirit" by 009 Sound System
Autobots Attack Chicago! Chevrolet Transformers @ 2009 CAS
MORE CHICAGO AUTO SHOW @ INSIDELINE.COM:
Of the many things that the first Transformers movie has done for
Chevrolet, perhaps the most predictable is the opportunity for company
execs to make really dreadful puns at today's press conference announcing
its involvement with the sequel: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.
Here's a sampling: We don't consider these vehicles movie stars; we think
of them as movie cars. Or how about this inevitable one: We're transforming
the Chevrolet brand.
According to the company, it also increased awareness of the Camaro by 97 percent.
Anyway, Chevrolet rolled out all five of the vehicles it has placed in the
new movie. We've seen the Camaro-based Bumblebee. We'd seen
spy shots of the purple Volt (that's actually a stock Malibu under the
skin). We knew about the little Beat -- although we didn't know that it
would be painted in a decidedly snowmobile-like scheme. And then there was
the Mudflap, played by the small Traxx showcar from a few years back.
Nobody cared to even look at that.
On center stage was the Corvette styling mock-up concept vehicle. Taking
inspiration primarily from the 1963 split-window coupe, the concept is an
outlandish-looking bit of kit with quite a number of Exhaust pipes. And the company also constructed
a 15-foot-tall Bumblebee in full robot mode. Fanboys rejoice!