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Working BMW Transformer: Robots in Disguise

by Paul Strauss
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One of the more incredible custom car builds I’ve ever seen has to be this BMW from Letrons. It looks just like a regular BMW when parked, but then opens up to form a giant mech, just like a Transformer.

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Unfortunately, the car isn’t big enough to hold a human driver or passenger, but it does drive using a remote control. It would be so amazing if you could fit inside of this thing, and then pilot the mech once it transforms. Oh well, we can’t have everything.

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Its Ankara, Turkey based builders say they started with an actual car, then modified it heavily to add the transforming and remote-control functionalities. It transforms using a combination of hydraulic cylinders and motors, along with a custom controller unit. Be sure to watch the video clips below to see this amazing build in action:

It took the team of 16 about 8 months to create this impressive transforming car. ┬áThe company apparently has plans to build more of these, and will make them available for sale assuming the client has the money and meets their guidelines for usage (which I assume doesn’t include adding rocket launchers.)

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