Chevrolet certainly made a splash on the first day of the SEMA Auto Show in Las Vegas. The brand debuted three custom models that will be used during the "Transformers: Age of Extinction" film, and although not many details about their use in the movie have been released, the appearance of the vehicles thrilled some fans.
The biggest draw of the showcase was likely the Bumblebee Camaro. Hot Rod noted the refined nose of the front of the car, as well as the side scoops on the rear wheels. There were also a few notable "Transformers" touches, such as the small logo decals on the exterior. Although this car was created especially for the upcoming film, there was so much buzz around it that Chevrolet may even consider sending it into production for a limited edition run.
Also getting a fair amount of attention was a revised version of the Corvette Stingray. With a lime green paint job and black graphics, it was certainly eye-catching, but the use of the car - and the identity of the character it becomes - was left a mystery. There was also a Sonic RS on site, and this purple-tinged vehicle featured large rear wing and plenty of fake grime, AutoBlog reported.
Fans will have to wait until 2014 to see the Chevy vehicles go through several rounds of car repair and modifications to become Transformers.