The 1967 Chevrolet Camaro that played Bumblebee in Transformers: Age of Extinction will be auctioned off at the Barrett Jackson Collector Car Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona in January.
Currently owned by director Michael Bay, the one-off model has a satin black exterior with a front splitter, extended fender flares, and custom three-piece racing wheels with Nitto low-profile tires. The car also has LED headlights, yellow accents, and Transformer graphics.
The interior isn't pretty but it boasts black leather seats, a three-spoke steering wheel, and a touchscreen navigation stereo system. Other highlights include Auto Meter Cobalt gauges, a Ridetech "TigerCage" roll cage, and a unique center console.
Power is provided by an LS2 or LS3 V8 engine that is connected to a six-speed manual transmission. Barrett Jackson didn't mention any performance figures but the company noted the car has a custom suspension, Wilwood brakes and a Ford 9" rear end.
While Transformers: Age of Extinction wasn't a cinematic masterpiece, it was a huge success in theaters as Box Office Mojo reports the movie grossed over $1.1 billion worldwide. This success has lead to yet another sequel which is slated to be released sometime in 2017.