In the industrial outskirts of Zhengzhou stands a 12-meter tall, 22-ton replica of Bumblebee, proudly overlooking the surrounding warehouses, homes and other half-built Transformers.
The incredibly impressive Transformer is the handiwork of a 42-year-old amateur engineer named Li Futang from Shangqiu, Henan. Li and two other workers spent five months constructing the colossal masterpiece.
Made of scrap car parts welded together, this environmentally friendly robot replica comes equipped with all kinds of intelligent systems, including lights, voice and music. It can even swivel its head a full 180 degrees and spray a cooling mist from its chest.
This thing makes one Hebei man’s Bumblebee attempt from last year look like a pile of garbage.
It is not yet clear what Li plans to do with his construction. Earlier this year we reported on a father and son pair who make Transformers models together and sell them, clearing a million RMB a year.
Alternately, Transfomers can also be used to help propose to one’s girlfriend or beg for cash on the streets.
[Images via ChinaNews]