Toyworld's TW-FS03 has been shown off once again in what looks like finalized deco, giving us a good look at the upcoming unofficial WWII Movie Bumblebee. In The Last Knight Bumblebee was seen in the World War II flashback driving around as a Mercedes, before transforming to become a robot clearly made from an armored vehicle and shooting at Nazis. The vehicle to robot mismatch was thanks to the ongoing tinkering and revisions to that movie's "story" at a point too late for the official toy of that form to be updated - thus Studio Series WWII Bee is a military scout car.
Toyworld's effort goes for screen accuracy, giving a detailed screen-accurate vehicle mode - even with interior detailing - and the armored car robot form, offering an interesting alternative to the official product in this case. Likewise, the deco has been applied with a lot of detail, with individually picked out rivets, scattered rust effects, and other general weathering, while the car's interior has a matching level of intricate paint detailing. All of that, plus a total of four robot faces to choose from.
The only thing we seem not to have really seen so far is a hint of how it changes between its highly dissimilar forms. The engineering involved ought to be either really amazing, really scary, or maybe a little of both.
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