Transformers The Last Knight Contributes To Delayed Reveal Of LeEco LeSEE Pro Driverless Car

Transformers: The Last Knight has played an indirect part in delaying the US debut of the LeSEE Pro, a "driverless" car from LeEco. The unveiling event in San Francisco served to confirm earlier belief that the new car would be involved in the filming of the fifth Transformers movie. And in fact part of the LeEco presentation involved a video featuring Michael Bay who reportedly joked that he would be keeping the unit that was seen on set. The Verge reported on the event, and you can see the relevant excerpt below. Keep reading!
LeSEE Pro, LeEco’s self-driving, completely electric concept car, was supposed to make its US debut on stage today at an event in San Francisco. But thanks to Transformers director Michael Bay, the car couldn’t make its expected appearance, explained the company’s chairman Jia Yueting.

The company’s executives explained that the car was in London for filming of Bay’s Transformers 5.

The article goes on to explain that one of the LeSEEs meant to be shown at the presentation was damaged in transit from Los Angeles, and with the other currently on location for filming in London, no working model was available for the debut.
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