CAR MODE It's a red 2006 Honda Civic Si (as seen in the marking under the car). It's a nice darker red, darker than the one found on BT Lambor and BT Override. License plate reads "Hawaii RUMBLE Aloha State". Weapons are stored at the frond (engine) and in the trunk. Car interior is decently detailed, but I've seen better interiors on other Alternators. Rumble's head is visible on where should have been the back seats, but you can turn it 90 degrees so it becomes much less visible. You can see a bit of pile-drivers if you fold down the seats. Looking under the car. Other than the weapons and the pile-drivers, the only other chromed part is the exhaust. TRANSFORMATION Transformation is relatively easy, probably the easiest of all Alternators. Up front, unfold the legs from under the hood, turn the waist 90 degrees, unfold the feet, fold down the skirt, fold down the doors on each side, fold down the chest panel, split the rear of the car in 2, fold down, push the button on each shoulder to extend the spring-loaded pile-drivers, turn the head around, unfold the weapons and place them on the robot's back (top of the car), you're down. ROBOT MODE Robot can decently be posed. However, the lights are in the way behind the legs so you have to be careful when you bend the knees. Rumble cannot be posed squatting with the pile-drivers touching the ground. Doing so would make him look like he's doing push-ups. Be attached to springs inside somewhat loose tracks, the pile-drivers are kinda dangling around, which is a tad annoying. I would have liked a tighter fit there. All in all, it's another strong offering as far as Alternators go. Maybe not the best, but it's a new mold, and it's a Decepticon. It was about time we get original molds for the cons with him and Ravage!