The 2012 Chevrolet Camaro Transformers Edition is already a special vehicle on its own. But for all of the muscle car’s awesomeness, O.CT Tuning has a way to turn it into something even more worthy of its special edition badge.

The Swiss tuner has just released a new performance package for the American muscle car, one that would make even Bumblebee proud. On its own, the Camaro Transformers Edition is already powered by a 6.2-liter V8 engine that produces an impressive 602 horsepower and 503 lb/ft of torque. Not content with that output, O.CT Tuning decided to add a supercharger and a new stainless steel exhaust system to the mix.

The result? An increased output of 630 horsepower and 538 lb/ft of torque for the Transformers-badged Camaro.

Surely, owners of the Camaro Transformers Edition are already enjoying the muscle car’s Rally Yellow exterior paint job, which is exactly the same as the one Bumblebee sports in the three Transformers movies. Add in the black rally stripes that run the length of the vehicle, the high-wing spoiler, the new set of 20" black-painted wheels wrapped in high-performance summer tires, and the distinctive Autobot logo on the center caps and front quarter panels, and you have a special edition muscle car that brings new definition to the unmistakable Transformers phrase "more than meets the eye."

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  (365) posted on 06.26.2012

It’s probably the only car that O.CT has modified in a popular way.

  (677) posted on 06.25.2012

The director and producers must be proud of themselves with the success of the movie that even cars make it up to them.

  (224) posted on 06.22.2012

At last, O.CT Tuning released something that I have liked for a long time.

  (544) posted on 06.21.2012

Finally, a Camaro from the Transformer is made. I’ve been waiting for it for a long time.

  (194) posted on 06.20.2012

This edition should better be a perfect copy of the Transformers version.

  (683) posted on 06.18.2012

Who still need BumbleBee if Camaro is here? Stronger name and powerful engines made up this beauty and beast Camaro.

  (831) posted on 06.15.2012

It has a cheap look, but it performs well.

  (442) posted on 05.17.2012

O.CT Tuning certainly did its appearance a lot of favor. The original look has seemed worse than a typical car when placed beside this Transformers edition.

  (466) posted on 05.13.2012

I must say that O.CT Tuning’s job on its exterior was well done. For this to be a Transformers car, I had hoped they have changed its engine too.

  (553) posted on 05.10.2012

I find its color combination looking cheap, but still impressive anyhow because it really has this Transformers effect. Moreover, something that has to be paid attention upon is the engine that it houses because it is highly powerful.

  (474) posted on 05.9.2012

The standard Camaro isn’t impressive enough, so when O.CT Tuning modified it, I thought it would be a great help. Instead, only some ponies have been added to its force.

  (300) posted on 05.9.2012

Although this isn’t really the car that a woman like me may like, I appreciate its muscular appeal. Its fascia looks handsome and mighty.

  (559) posted on 05.8.2012

Shouldn’t it live by its name when it has decided to be a Transformers car itself? I think it should carry out more ponies than that.

  (287) posted on 05.7.2012

Is it O.CT Tuning’s decision to design it after Transformers, or has it been always like that? Contrary to what has been said below, I don’t find its Transformers feel at all. I guess the dynamic engine is what’s been derived from it.

  (630) posted on 05.7.2012

This one definitely possesses that fascia which can be quickly identified as a Transformers car. The yellow paint always had the cheap impression to me, but I guess that O.CT Tuning’s paint job eliminated that negative effect. The engine it houses isn’t uncommon, but it astoundingly delivers 602HP, which is rarely exerted by the said 6.2-liter V8 engine.

  (50) posted on 05.7.2012

Holy cow! Look at the size of those side mirrors! It looks awful. The least they could have done was put on the concept mirrors (made and sold by a few aftermarket dealers) and either sourced the TF3 bumper ports or an Aggressor LTZ front fascia.

Painting a tuned Camaro like Bumblebee and giving it a high wing spoiler just sounds like a lazy way to try to capitalise off of the franchise instead of trying to market it based on its merits: the things they did under the bonnet and under the car.

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