Transformers 4 as whole may loathed by the critics but who doesn’t like American muscle or European supercars turn into giant alien robots fighting to save the world. The car enthusiasts were not at all disappointed by the wicked-cool cars that were featured in the movie.
Optimus Prime: Western Star 49800X
The leader of Autobots is completely upgraded and has become far more aerodynamic. The American custom-built Prime supports a 15 liter diesel engine that weighs 1.5 tons. It sports massive exhaust stacks with dazzling flame paint job.
Bumblebee: 1967 Chevrolet Camaro
Sam’s bestfried and everyone’s favorite autobot first appears in a retro look as 67 Camaro and then in a modified 2014 Prototype Camaro. Owning a best friend like Bee can cost you up to a whopping $60,000-80,000.
Crosshairs: 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
Chevrolet flaunts it’s all new C7 Stingray in the new Transformers movie. Contributing to the theme, the character is nowhere near to being lazy. The car goes from 0 to 96km/h in just 3.8 seconds. With a killer 455 horsepower and a V8 engine, this autobot will surely leave all decepticons behind.
Drift: Bugatti Veyron Grand Vitesse
Imagine watching a $2.4 Million car turning into a giant sword-wielding samurai warrior autobot (how astonishing!). The world’s fastest convertible with a top speed of 254.04mph and 1200 horsepower will be more than enough to outrun any deception it encounters.
Lockdown: Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4
The role of the Decepticon tracking down Prime was aptly given to one the finest supercars in the world. The matt black paint and blacked out rims are perfect traits of an ever more frightening alien bounty hunter. The sneaky looking Aventador costs nearly half a million, posses a 700 horsepower engine and a top speed which goes up to 217mph.
Stinger: 2013 Pagani Huayra
Bumblebee’s long standing rival, Stinger, is an exotic looking car hand-crafted in Italy. Named after the goddess of wind, the car goes from 0 to 100 in almost no time, thanks to its V12 Twin-Turbo engine. The red and white human-made transformer is a cheap knock-off of Bumblebee.
Hound: Oshkosh Tactical Defense Vehicle
Hound’s new disguise is upgraded from a Jeep, first introduced in 1989. The outspoken, chain-smoking overweight transformer looks far-more equipped to deal with the hardships of earth. The high performance defense truck is even equipped with High Mobility Artillery Rocket which spikes up its cost to about $380,000.
Galvatron: Freightliner Argosy
The great American truck, sporting Detroit Diesel and Cummins engine, transforms into an ever so mysterious and notably the main villain. With a heavy duty body and 18-speed Eaton-Fuller auto shift transmission, this semi-trailer truck’s base model would cost around $250,000.
Chevrolet Sonic RS
The Chevy did not transform into an autobot or a decepticon but the royal purple branded rally car which spins up to 138 mph with its four-cylinder engine gave viewers goose bumps with all tire-squealing in the sequence featuring Local Motors Rally Fighters. The little seeding mill starts at about $22,280.