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Amazing Drive Suits Robot Costumes That Transform and Roll Out

By Tripredacus on Thursday, November 15, 2012

The Transformers costume scene will never be the same after Drew Beaumier gets his debut. He has been creating life-size Transformers-inspired costumes known as Drive Suits for many years now with some designs that are more than meets the eye. Incorporating transformable outfits, Drew's costumes can transform and roll out with special motorized “drive boots” that allow the person to ride in the vehicle mode position. Drive Suits have been made for different model cars and motorcycles and are available for order now. See more on the amazing Drive Suits below.

That's right! Your own hand-crafted first generation Drive Suit! Choose almost any vehicle make and model! We also have neon packages, custom themed fabrication, and graphics design to promote your business or event.

Whether it's for recreation, promotion, or performance, we have a suit waiting for you!

Be one of the first to own the next generation of motorized vehicles!

Currently Drive Suits are made by hand from gently used and recycled children's toys and sporting gear. The materials are purchased at retail cost and take about a 50 hour work week to fabricate and assemble. Drive Suits are mostly made to order and can be created and shipped within a week. A complete Drive Suit, including vehicle body, helmet, motor-equipped drive boots, battery belt and charger will run you about US$1,800 plus shipping.

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Transformers Poll
How do you like the Drive Suits Transforming Costumes?
5 - Great
3 - Okay
1 - Terrible
0 - Do Not Care

   Votes: 156  -  Poll Results

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3:55 pm

Looks like they have a Kickstarter on their site... Also I think one of those pictures there is an Autobot logo missing the "nose" on the side. Those will probably have to go once they go up for sale. 
8:05 am

Wow, I actually saw these on the tv show "Shark Tank" a couple weeks ago. First episode I actually watched ... Not too bad, glad to see them going to production. 
Jason X
12:09 am

Not bad, but call me when they invent a transforming exoskeleton I can download my consciousness into. 
8:45 pm

Aren't those just super-slick versions of costumes that fans have been making for years? 
6:29 pm

I want a MINI cooper one....how about an SUV to accommodate larger people... 
6:22 pm

Whut, whoa! That's like seriously cool. 
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