I'd like to dedicate this review to my cat, Felix, who my wife and I had to put to sleep this morning due to Feline Leukemia. You are missed, little buddy. We love you. I have no way to know for sure, but I believe this is probably the final color scheme for this toy. So, except for the word sample written on Jazz' spoiler, this could be the same toy that will be out later in the year. In vehicle mode, Jazz is a Pontiac Solstice. He measures 5 3/4" long, 3" wide, and 2 1/4" tall (all measurements approximate to within 1/16 of an inch, give or take). Jazz is mostly gray with black wheels, the front two of which only have rotating tires as the wheels are static. His windows are painted a metallic slate, headlights metallic silver, rear lights red, with yellow front turn signals/brights. The grill is black with a red (yet simplified) Pontiac symbol above it and just above and behind the rear window are two silver triangles. Except for his feet and a little bit of his right arm and the launcher tab of his left arm, there's no robot kibble to betray his disguise. Seeing as this is a simplified version of Jazz for the F.A.B. line, that's pretty good. The transformation can be a little sticky, but I haven't found a simpler way to do it yet. Separate the rear of the roof from the back of the car by it's two tabs. Split the rear of the vehicle into the legs and lower. This can be a little difficult as the doors are tabbed into the rear fenders tightly. Swing the entire robot body, from the waist down, beneath the hood. As you do this, his arms will slide out a bit, the front grill will move forward, and his head will pop out slightly. Flip the roof down, the head up, the arms down and out, and remove the missile from the tabs inside his right leg and place in his left arm launcher.