How do I come to this conclusion? Hasbro filed for a registration of the trademark "Brawn" earlier this year. Latest Status Info Currently the registration process appears to have encountered a few obstacles: A "non-final action" has been mailed, which essentially means that either the examining attorney is requesting additional information, and/or he is making an initial refusal; it does NOT automatically mean that Hasbro will not succeed in their attempt to register the name. Even if Hasbro don't succeed, they might still be able to use the name as a non-registered standard trademark. After all, Hasbro failed to register the "Bumblebee" trademark three years ago, and look how many toys using the name we've gotten regardless. Okay. So Hasbro want to get back the name. Why? Of course, we already know there's going to be a Universe Legends toy coming up next year. But is that really all? Brawn was a big character in the G1 cartoon. Oddly, not many people outside fan circles remember him today (unlike "Trucktimus Prime, Megagun, that badass mofo tape deck guy, the yellow bug, that cool Porsche dude and the jet"). But he was the guy that made Soundwave say "uncle" and went up against Megatron. Using Brawn in the second movie would totally sound like something Kurtzman and Orci would do. He's a season 1 character real G1 cartoon buffs would remember. So, my theory is that the mystery Chevy Beat is supposed to be Brawn. So who would that make the Chevy Trax? I'd guess either Cliffjumper (more likely) or Windcharger (less likely).