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Gallery: the post-apocalypse Bumblebee Camaro

Swedish tuners create deliberately scruffy Bumblebee Chevrolet Camaro

  • You may recall the wrapped Porsche GT3 RS we showed you. The work of Swedish company WrapZone, it was made to look like one of those oh-so-valuable barn finds that are all the rage these days.

    Well, the Swedes have been at it again, this time with a Chevy Camaro. Fans of the Transformers movies will recognise it as Bumblebee, albeit a Bumblebee in a post-apocalyptic land.

    Designed by Skepple, it’s riddled with bullet holes, scorch marks and grime. Only it’s not really, because it’s all part of that clever wrap.

    Underneath, it’s a Camaro Z/28. That means a 505bhp, 7-litre V8, endowing it with a 4.4sec 0-60mph time.

    That’s also enough power for gratuitously smoky burnouts and big skids, two things you can guarantee it will be doing in early May. That’s because this dirty Bumblebee is taking part in a charity event, providing passenger rides to poorly children at an event called Racing Rascals.

    Sweet, eh?

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  • You may recall the wrapped Porsche GT3 RS we showed you. The work of Swedish company WrapZone, it was made to look like one of those oh-so-valuable barn finds that are all the rage these days.

    Well, the Swedes have been at it again, this time with a Chevy Camaro. Fans of the Transformers movies will recognise it as Bumblebee, albeit a Bumblebee in a post-apocalyptic land.

    Designed by Skepple, it’s riddled with bullet holes, scorch marks and grime. Only it’s not really, because it’s all part of that clever wrap.

    Underneath, it’s a Camaro Z/28. That means a 505bhp, 7-litre V8, endowing it with a 4.4sec 0-60mph time.

    That’s also enough power for gratuitously smoky burnouts and big skids, two things you can guarantee it will be doing in early May. That’s because this dirty Bumblebee is taking part in a charity event, providing passenger rides to poorly children at an event called Racing Rascals.

    Sweet, eh?

  • You may recall the wrapped Porsche GT3 RS we showed you. The work of Swedish company WrapZone, it was made to look like one of those oh-so-valuable barn finds that are all the rage these days.

    Well, the Swedes have been at it again, this time with a Chevy Camaro. Fans of the Transformers movies will recognise it as Bumblebee, albeit a Bumblebee in a post-apocalyptic land.

    Designed by Skepple, it’s riddled with bullet holes, scorch marks and grime. Only it’s not really, because it’s all part of that clever wrap.

    Underneath, it’s a Camaro Z/28. That means a 505bhp, 7-litre V8, endowing it with a 4.4sec 0-60mph time.

    That’s also enough power for gratuitously smoky burnouts and big skids, two things you can guarantee it will be doing in early May. That’s because this dirty Bumblebee is taking part in a charity event, providing passenger rides to poorly children at an event called Racing Rascals.

    Sweet, eh?

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  • You may recall the wrapped Porsche GT3 RS we showed you. The work of Swedish company WrapZone, it was made to look like one of those oh-so-valuable barn finds that are all the rage these days.

    Well, the Swedes have been at it again, this time with a Chevy Camaro. Fans of the Transformers movies will recognise it as Bumblebee, albeit a Bumblebee in a post-apocalyptic land.

    Designed by Skepple, it’s riddled with bullet holes, scorch marks and grime. Only it’s not really, because it’s all part of that clever wrap.

    Underneath, it’s a Camaro Z/28. That means a 505bhp, 7-litre V8, endowing it with a 4.4sec 0-60mph time.

    That’s also enough power for gratuitously smoky burnouts and big skids, two things you can guarantee it will be doing in early May. That’s because this dirty Bumblebee is taking part in a charity event, providing passenger rides to poorly children at an event called Racing Rascals.

    Sweet, eh?

  • You may recall the wrapped Porsche GT3 RS we showed you. The work of Swedish company WrapZone, it was made to look like one of those oh-so-valuable barn finds that are all the rage these days.

    Well, the Swedes have been at it again, this time with a Chevy Camaro. Fans of the Transformers movies will recognise it as Bumblebee, albeit a Bumblebee in a post-apocalyptic land.

    Designed by Skepple, it’s riddled with bullet holes, scorch marks and grime. Only it’s not really, because it’s all part of that clever wrap.

    Underneath, it’s a Camaro Z/28. That means a 505bhp, 7-litre V8, endowing it with a 4.4sec 0-60mph time.

    That’s also enough power for gratuitously smoky burnouts and big skids, two things you can guarantee it will be doing in early May. That’s because this dirty Bumblebee is taking part in a charity event, providing passenger rides to poorly children at an event called Racing Rascals.

    Sweet, eh?

  • You may recall the wrapped Porsche GT3 RS we showed you. The work of Swedish company WrapZone, it was made to look like one of those oh-so-valuable barn finds that are all the rage these days.

    Well, the Swedes have been at it again, this time with a Chevy Camaro. Fans of the Transformers movies will recognise it as Bumblebee, albeit a Bumblebee in a post-apocalyptic land.

    Designed by Skepple, it’s riddled with bullet holes, scorch marks and grime. Only it’s not really, because it’s all part of that clever wrap.

    Underneath, it’s a Camaro Z/28. That means a 505bhp, 7-litre V8, endowing it with a 4.4sec 0-60mph time.

    That’s also enough power for gratuitously smoky burnouts and big skids, two things you can guarantee it will be doing in early May. That’s because this dirty Bumblebee is taking part in a charity event, providing passenger rides to poorly children at an event called Racing Rascals.

    Sweet, eh?

  • You may recall the wrapped Porsche GT3 RS we showed you. The work of Swedish company WrapZone, it was made to look like one of those oh-so-valuable barn finds that are all the rage these days.

    Well, the Swedes have been at it again, this time with a Chevy Camaro. Fans of the Transformers movies will recognise it as Bumblebee, albeit a Bumblebee in a post-apocalyptic land.

    Designed by Skepple, it’s riddled with bullet holes, scorch marks and grime. Only it’s not really, because it’s all part of that clever wrap.

    Underneath, it’s a Camaro Z/28. That means a 505bhp, 7-litre V8, endowing it with a 4.4sec 0-60mph time.

    That’s also enough power for gratuitously smoky burnouts and big skids, two things you can guarantee it will be doing in early May. That’s because this dirty Bumblebee is taking part in a charity event, providing passenger rides to poorly children at an event called Racing Rascals.

    Sweet, eh?

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  • You may recall the wrapped Porsche GT3 RS we showed you. The work of Swedish company WrapZone, it was made to look like one of those oh-so-valuable barn finds that are all the rage these days.

    Well, the Swedes have been at it again, this time with a Chevy Camaro. Fans of the Transformers movies will recognise it as Bumblebee, albeit a Bumblebee in a post-apocalyptic land.

    Designed by Skepple, it’s riddled with bullet holes, scorch marks and grime. Only it’s not really, because it’s all part of that clever wrap.

    Underneath, it’s a Camaro Z/28. That means a 505bhp, 7-litre V8, endowing it with a 4.4sec 0-60mph time.

    That’s also enough power for gratuitously smoky burnouts and big skids, two things you can guarantee it will be doing in early May. That’s because this dirty Bumblebee is taking part in a charity event, providing passenger rides to poorly children at an event called Racing Rascals.

    Sweet, eh?

  • You may recall the wrapped Porsche GT3 RS we showed you. The work of Swedish company WrapZone, it was made to look like one of those oh-so-valuable barn finds that are all the rage these days.

    Well, the Swedes have been at it again, this time with a Chevy Camaro. Fans of the Transformers movies will recognise it as Bumblebee, albeit a Bumblebee in a post-apocalyptic land.

    Designed by Skepple, it’s riddled with bullet holes, scorch marks and grime. Only it’s not really, because it’s all part of that clever wrap.

    Underneath, it’s a Camaro Z/28. That means a 505bhp, 7-litre V8, endowing it with a 4.4sec 0-60mph time.

    That’s also enough power for gratuitously smoky burnouts and big skids, two things you can guarantee it will be doing in early May. That’s because this dirty Bumblebee is taking part in a charity event, providing passenger rides to poorly children at an event called Racing Rascals.

    Sweet, eh?

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