The car is a bright yellow Camaro with black stripes. The CD tray for the game discs slides out of the grill. The back window of the car is a little LCD so you can see menus and other things. Mark also customized the controllers with Autobot logos and custom yellow paint.
Transformers, robots in disguise. The theme song of the old cartoon is certainly played up in Hollywood, as the vehicles in the Transformers movies are more eye candy than subtle, though no car in the franchise has gotten more attention than the fifth-generation , also known as Bumblebee. While no Hollywood director would turn down a supply of Camaros for their film, Chevrolet still got the better end of the deal in the series. While the yellow Camaro with black rally stripes found its way onto many a bedroom wall, it’s much more affordable than the Lamborghini Countach or the Ferrari F40 that found themselves on those same walls one generation ago. Transformers made the Camaro the dream car of young children and the car worth putting in overtime for the middle class car enthusiast. Sales have been great since 2007, and dreams have been rekindled time and time again with each movie release, some being sparked for the first time this year on June 27 with the release of Transformers: The Age of Extinction.
When the first "Transformers" movie was setting box office records in 2007, fans were asking how they could purchase the Bumblebee Camaro. The yellow Camaro with black stripes had become iconic. So, in 2010, Chevrolet revealed much-anticipated Camaro Transformers Special Edition. The car was available as a Rally Yellow LT or SS model, with the RS Appearance Package as an added option.