The real-life transforming car is the most wild creation ever

This is the real deal.
  • This real life transformer was created by a team of engineers
  • It’s based on a BMW 3-Series
  • It’s so realistic it walks and talks

Published on Jan 26, 2024 at 5:51PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Feb 1, 2024 at 2:17PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Adam Gray

This is a ‘homemade’ real life transformer which was created by a group of engineers.

Dubbed Antimon, the transformer is based on a BMW 3-Series and can transform into a 12-foot robot.


The car’s doors turn into robot arms and hands, and the robot’s feet are actually integrated into the rear section of the car.

The head of the robot emerges from the hood, and the hood itself – along with the rest of the front end – is the chest and torso of the robot.

Antimon is a faithful replica of the transformers from the movie.

So faithful, in fact, it even talks.

Some of the images used for this article are created with AI.

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