The Bumblebee Transformer Remote Controlled Car
Clad in sunflower-colored yellow with twin black stripes running across its hood, Bumblebee is one Autobot that can get you out of any mess. No matter how tight the situation is.
Bumblebee may not be the biggest Autobot around, but it makes up more than having its relatively small size with a heroic enthusiasm to ride into corners that larger robots would avoid. With tires smoking on the pavement, the heroic Autobot is ready to charge down the Decepticons and protect humanity. In the 2007 live-action film, Transformers, Bumblebee is initially shown as a decrepit 1976 Chevrolet Camaro. The Autobot grades up its coolness quotient to a fifth generation Camaro when taunted by Mikaela Banes (Megan Fox). The sunflower-colored Autobot displays its true heroic nature at the climax of the movie.
Bumblebee loses both legs when it attempts to help fellow Autobot, Ironhide, deflect missiles launched by the Decepticon, Starscream. Not to let this handicap get in its way of protecting Sam Witwicky (Shia LeBouf), Bumblebee gets on to a tow truck with Mikaela’s aid and destroys the tank-shaped Decepticon, Brawl. After the climactic battle with the Decepticons, Bumblebee becomes Sam’s ride so that it can watch over him 24/7.
If you wish for the same blessed luck that Sam has: being around Bumblebee 24/7, EntertainmentEarth.com has a radical, remote and radio controlled Bumblebee car released by Transformers RPMs that will make you feel no less than the hero of the Transformers movie.
At first glance, the Bumblebee radio and remote controlled car looks every bit as stunning as the fifth generation Camaro avatar the Autobot takes in the movie. The radio and remote controlled car has an eye-pleasing yellow that covers its high-quality plastic frame. The trademark twin black lines extend from the rear end of the vehicle to the hood of the car. Black, wing-shaped headlights sit below the hood with the dashing Autobot symbol imprinted near the left-hand door of the car.
You would love to drive the Bumblebee car around with a neatly designed remote that looks as cool as the car. The remote is oval shaped, with articulated lines and shapes. The remote is colored in a similar shade of yellow used on the car. Buttons on the remote have a silver-grey finish on them. An image of Bumblebee is tastefully placed at the center of the remote.
The Transformers RPMs RC Bumblebee Vehicle is built to race around your house and to thrill you. It’s releasing soon in August 2010. You can avail this bumblebee vehicle at $41.99.