With the third Transformers movie arriving in less than 24 hours, Chevy has gone where we all knew it would eventually go and released another Bumblebee edition of the Camaro. It transforms a regular Camaro into a regular Camaro with stickers for just $3,000.
We've shown you the cars of Transformers 3 and the angry T3 trailer, so why not the (mostly GM) cars of T3 in a Chevy commercial that's basically a movie trailer? Also, a fairly accurate portrayal of what it's like to drive around Chicago during rush hour.
The latest Transformers flick "Dark of the Moon" promises to be more than an extended Chevy commercial, but that doesn't mean the mechanical stars won't still be robots disguised as GM products. Here's a first look at the new ZL1-inspired Bumblebee Camaro and topless Corvette Stingray concept named Sideswipe.
Behind the drivers on the parade lap ahead of the green at today's Daytona 500 was the scariest thing they've probably ever seen in their rear view mirrors — a threesome of Michael Bay's NASCAR-liveried Transformers first glimpsed last year.
Every third advertisement in this year's Super Bowl will be for an automobile. This ad from Chevy is a two-fer: the Chevy Camaro and Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon. Also, Camaro-on-Chipmunk violence.
The first trailer for the third installment of Michael Bay's attempt to kill my childhoodTransformers flicks has just hit the web. It's called "Dark of the Moon." No, it will likely not pair well with The Wizard of Oz.
The star-crossed filming of Transformers 3 suffered another accident today when Bumblebee drove through an intersection and sideswiped a Washington D.C. Police SUV. The crash was not part of the script and the yellow Camaro was seriously damaged.
After long discussions, the producers of Transformers 3 won permission to film around Washington this week. To help fill out one scene, they needed to recruit 33 military men for extras. Who's more expert at recruiting than the Pentagon?