LEGO Optimus Prime 10302 Transformers Set
It’s official, the new LEGO Optimus Prime (10302) has been revealed, and this Transformers robot isn’t just a static set, but rather one that actually transforms. Consisting of 1,508-pieces, it boasts 19 points of articulation that let you easily convert it from robot to truck alt mode and then back again. Best of all, you won’t need to rebuild anything to transform it back and forth.

Letrons BMW Robot Transformer
Let’s face it, there have been numerous toys over the years, but none have come close to recreating a Transformers robot seen in the films, that is unless…you’re talking about Letvision’s Letrons prototype. This Turkey-based startup has created a robot that looks like a standard BMW 3 Series coupe at first, but at the push of a button, it transforms into a giant robot. While humans can’t get behind the wheel, it’s controlled with a special remote. Read more for two videos and additional information.

Robosen Robotics Hasbro Optimus Prime Robot
Robosen Robotics teamed up with Hasbro Pulse to bring a voice-controlled Optimus Prime robot to life. The team at Robosen spent 11-years of R&D to create a robot capable of transforming on its own, bipedal walking abilities, a race function in vehicle form, programmable/code development, and robot control/commands by either voice or via mobile app. Does it look familiar? That’s because it’s based on the Robosen T9 an advanced programmable robot that has many similar functions.

Menzi Muck Spider Excavator Digger
The Menzi Muck may look like a real-life Transformers robot to some, but it’s actually a Swiss-built excavator that moves on legs rather than tracks, thus giving it the nickname of a spider excavator. It’s designed specially for the steep Alpine terrain in Europe. Despite how it looks, operating one of these machines is quite simple, as the driver only has two joysticks and foot pedals to control the excavator with.

Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Anime
Netflix and Hasbro have teamed up with Rooster Teeth to bring War For Cybertron to fans around the world in an all-new original series to launch in 2020 – complete with a new animation look and style that presents the robots like you’ve never seen them before. It begins in the final hours of the civil war between the Autobots and Decepticons, which has torn apart their home planet of Cybertron. Read more for the trailer and additional information.

Robosen T9 Transformers Toy
If you’ve been a lifelong fan of the Transformers series, then the simple transforming toys you grew up with probably just didn’t cut it, that is until you see Robosen Robotics’ T9. It’s touted as the world’s most advanced programmable robot, and rather than require you manually transform it, this toy automatically converts from robot to vehicle. Plus, it boasts bipedal walking ability in robot form, a race function in vehicle form, programmable/code development, and robot control/commands by either voice or via app.

G-Shock x Transformers Master Nemesis Optimus Prime
This follow up to the 2018 release of the Transformers Optimus Prime G-Shock Collection for their 35th anniversary, G-Shock and Transformers have teamed up again for this holiday season. It’s based on Master Nemesis Prime, a Decepticon created by Unicron, and comes complete with a matching figure capable of transforming from bot into a watch pedestal. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Casio G-Shock Transformers Optimus Prime Watch
Casio teamed up with toymaker Takara Tomy to create a special edition Transformers G-Shock watch to celebrate the 35th anniversary of G-Shock, and the 35th anniversary of the Transformers, in 2019. Available in two different models, the DW-6900TF-SET, which includes a transforming Optimus Prime figure, and G-Shock DW-6900TF-4. If you pick up the former, the chest area of Optimus can be used to house the watch. One more cool feature is that the Autobot emblem magically appears when the EL backlight is activated.