Transformers 5 Cars Spotted In London

Posted: Sep 22 2016, 10:39pm CDT | by , in Cars & Vehicles


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Transformers 5 Cars Spotted in London

Lamborghini Centrino or Hot Rod is one of the Transformers 5 cars that were spotted in London.

Fifth part of Transformers is under production these days. The Transformers featuring Bumblebee is going to be a great addition for the movie franchise and the fans are pretty excited for it.

We knew that some of the great cars are going to perform in the movie. recently a few cars that are going to be used in the movie were spotted in London. All-star cars show the extent of adventure the Transformers 5 is going to bring to the screen.

Transformers: The Last Knight will be released on June 23, 2017. The release date of the movie was confirmed a few weeks back. Earlier a video from the official YouTube channel of Transformers: The Last Knight was released which showed the cars that are going to be seen in the movie.

It showed a number of cars including the Lamborghini Centenario which is also known as Hot Rod. This is especially made limited edition car introduced by Lamborghini.

Along with that we also saw the new and highly modified Chevrolet Camaro of Bumble bee, a Ford Motor Company Mustang Police car of Barricade that will be used in the movie as well.

According to MotorAuthority, the scenes showed that these two muscle cars might be seen chasing after bad cars in the streets of London in the movie.

It is said that we might get to see an Aston Martin DB11 and McLaren 570S in the movie too. Tough Michael Bay hasn’t confirmed anything about these movies. Although he has confirmed that we will get to see a Mercedes AMG-GT R and a Western Star 4900 SF Truck.

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