"Transformers 4" is already shaping up to be a supercar-loaded movie that is in the process of blowing away all three of its predecessors back to Cybertron.

We already had that thinking not knowing that Michael Bay had another surprise up its sleeve, which we soon discovered to be what’s being billed as the 2014 Concept Camaro Bumblebee.

To be clear, we haven’t seen the current generation Camaro look anywhere close to this one, leading us to speculate on whether this could be a future concept look at the next generation Camaro. All this despite the fact that the 2014 Camaro already boasts a pretty significant facelift.

And how does the 2014 Concept Camaro Bumblebee tie up to the previously introduced - and fully customized - 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS that we initially thought would be Bumblebee’s new guise in "Transformers 4"?

Best we can come up with is that it’ll be similar to the first Transformers when Bumblebee entered as a run-down and beat-up model only to transform into the modern-day Camaro.

Whatever the case may be, this 2014 Concept Camaro Bumblebee looks completely bad sick.

Click past the jump to read about the "other" Camaro that’ll be in Transformers 4

1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS "Bumblebee"

Bumblebee Gets Classic Look for Transformers 4 High Resolution Exterior
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It goes without saying that this car looks a lot better than the "piece of crap" Camaro Bumblebee started as in the first movie.

Oddly enough, though, this "new" Bumblebee will probably not get as much face time as the rest of the cars already penciled in to appear in "Transformers 4." The inclusion of the 2014 Concept Camaro Bumblebee makes us think that there’s going to be a switch at some point in the movie for everyone’s favorite Autobot.

Source: Michael Bay

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