One of the most famous and recognized vehicles to appear in a movie is the well-known yellow and black Chevy Camaro from the "Transformers" series. When performers in a series of movies switch roles, there are often a lot of protests from the audience, but Bumblebee is an exception.
Bumblebee initially appeared in the mid-1980s cartoon series Transformers as an Autobot. Bumblebee was a VW Beetle in this and the 1986 animated picture. When Michael Bay directed Transformers for the big screen, he gave the Autobot a new body as the Chevrolet Camaro SS, but he preserved its muteness and limited radio communication.
The revised Camaro Concept's sleek lines were perfect for Bumblebee. As the curvature produced "vintage" sensations but the innards were modernized for performance, the gorgeous new interpretation, in sunrise yellow, became Bumblebee's new shape.
Imagine you're 12 and watch Transformers in 2007. You like the film and the franchise. Six films and many billion dollars later, you're considering vehicles. You went from playing with a Bumblebee toy in the yard to wanting to get into a Bumblebee camaro to grab your date at the movies.
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