The fourth installment of the Transformers movie franchise, Transformers: Age of Extinction, is now just a few weeks out from its June 27 theatrical debut, and in the lead up four new television spots have been released. Each of them are about 40 seconds in length and blend previously seen footage with some all-new scenes. Importantly, a number of the cars appearing in the new movie can be seen in action for the first time.

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These include a bright green Chevrolet Corvette Stingray which transformers into the Autobot known as Crosshairs as well as a black and blue Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse believed to be the Autobot Drift. We also see a red Pagani Huayra, which is believed to be a man-made Transformer named Stinger that eventually joins the side of the Decepticons. In a previous trailer, we saw a Lamborghini Aventador which transforms into the Decepitcon Lockdown.

In case you’ve been left out of the loop, Transformers: Age of Extinction stars an all-new human cast and takes place several years after the events of the last movie, Transformers: Dark of the Moon. The new one was directed once again by Michael Bay but the lead character is now played by Mark Wahlberg. For even more of the movie’s television spots and trailers, click here.

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