Turkish Engineers Just Made A Real-Life Driveable BMW Transformer

Over the years, we’ve seen plenty of computer-rendered transforming robots, whether it be cell phones or cars, but now, Turkish company Letron might have just created the real deal.

They took a real BMW E90 3-Series car, took apart the body, and created a giant robot that can be remotely controlled.

Apparently, they have plans to create more versions, using different bodies.

“According to the company’s official site, there are plans to launch an entire series of models but it’s too soon to tell if the market is strong enough for a real-life, full-sized Transformer toy, let alone for a whole series of it,” said Car Scoops.