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TheFastLaneCar has posted a short review of the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4, or as we know it the vehicle mode for Lockdown in the upcoming Transformers: Age of Extinction. Check out the brief video below.
Not only does the Aventador LP 700-4 has the presence of a stealth fighter or a transformer, but it will also give you goosebumps with that exhaust note! Never mind the 700 horsepower @ 8,250 rpm from the 6.5L V12, the 7-speed automated manual transmission, and Haldex IV all wheel drive.
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OptimalOptimus2 wrote:That is a very small car. If Lockdown is supposed to be the same height as Optimus, then there's going to be some serious mass shifting between Lockdown and his vehicle mode. >:oP
It makes sense, given that lockdown was always a tall bot. In animated he turned into a muscle car yet was the same (and even taller) then some of the decepticons. my guess is they are taking the same route for AOE.
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Lockdown's character design fits him perfectly because his bio for animated stated that he was a bounty hunter, he collected "trophies" from all the enemies he defeated for his own use, he has the character of a mercenary. The Lamborghini Aventador suits him well especially the dark color gray. Plus, the more recent trailer shows him transforming from vehicle mode to robot mode.
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