Transformers: The Last Knight promises a Lamborghini Centenario and lots of explosions

Transformers: The Last Knight promises a Lamborghini Centenario and lots of explosions

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The superintendent of the Transformers series, Michael Bay, took to Cheep to reveal the trailer for the latest installment, Transformers: The Ultimately Knight. Based on the trailer, it looks like the motion picture will likely deliver everything Transformers fans of the series have, including big explosions, big robots, and most spellbinding for us, cool cars.

Although this express trailer is a little light on the car action, well-organized examination reveals some nifty machines. There wishes be at least a few massive International trucks painted in cheerless military colors. We also spotted a new Mustang in the long arm of the law livery. The most exciting ride we spotted, nevertheless, is a Lamborghini Centenario – the $2.5 million little-run supercar – tearing through what looks like London. Bumblebee also makes an show, though not in his custom Camaro form.

Speaking of Bumblebee, it looks like he, and beautiful much everyone else in the film, is prevailing to have a rough time. The trailer shows that Clay is without Optimus Prime now, and his body is shown floating by virtue of space. In the meantime, some object has approach to Earth, and it appears to have started a absolutely massive war between humanity and, we’re guessing, the Decepticons. Optimus Prime does in the end return, but he seems to have become an contestant, and is fighting Bumblebee at the end of the trailer. However, the leader of the Autobots prosperous bad is probably the least confusing part of the trailer, as it starts showing knights fighting a dragon, and then segues into clips of Nazi Germany, all already actually getting to the present day. We should get some answers when the mist hits theaters on June 23, 2017.

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