This is what my translator has come up with when it comes to the post made on Autobase Aichi:
October 15, 2012
■ 20 years at Dengeki Festival (add image), announced series "Transformers GT" new
Will be held at Makuhari Messe on the day of October 20-21, 2008 Dengeki Festival information booth exhibitors TOMY, stating that exhibited a prototype of a toy series "Transformers GT" new has been published.
Super GT in tie-up with the goods, as far as viewing the image, it seems to be something that was reproduced in the race spec GT-R version Orutaniti.
There is currently no information other than the image you cited below. Previously, there was an article, every time the Super GT novelty of Transformers have been distributed (hear) , so eventually, the expectation that you are not to launch a full-fledged toy tie-up was. Postscript : was held in April 2012, at the Plaza event of the opening round Super GT, photo of the prototype will be posted, with respect to GT-R specification Super GT This questionnaire along had been taken to the visitors . (Quoted source blog) personal (to kill one's boredom ) is probably the same as those that will be exhibited at the festival 20 years of this blitz.
From the jest of it, this is a prototype and not the final product. So those with "head sculpt" issues might see them making slight alterations to that and anything else. I am hoping they do such with the feet and legs, though.
And as for the name... I felt disappointed when e-HOBBY did not allow the VSE to be part of the of the original Generation 1 line. However, this Super GT line might be interesting - As we might even see a GT-R version of Megatron be added to this.
But for me, I have to pass if or when it comes out. I have to rewrite my entire want list, as well as refocus my 2013 goals... Which pretty much means that unless the final version looks better than this to me, I will be sticking with the original Generation 1 characters (while hoping that the All Spark manga (which I give the first chapter a 4/5) gives way to a new toyline).