It is not only a movie thing but there some real life transformer cars in the world. And this article let us focus on BMW 3 series transformer car.
The BMW 3 series car from Turkish technology and R&D Company Letrons that was inspired by Michael Bay’s movie franchise Transformers. At the touch of a button this incredible car named Antimon transforms into a robot in 40 seconds.
This Transformers car also has other mind blowing features. Even though you can get behind the wheel it can be remotely operated at speeds up to 20 kilometers per hour.
In its standing position the robot us capable of moving its arms fingers and the head. It also has a cool dynamic lighting system.
The company says the car was the first to be completed from several other transformers car it was working on. This particular real life transformer once showed up at an auction in Abu Dhabi with bids reportedly starting at $600,000.
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