MOL Tokyo  - Ever wanted to own a Transformer? Thanks to a Japanese company, that dream is not far away.

Called ‘J-deite quarter’, a project to create a working quarter-scale machine that can change from a car into a robot has been completed. Now the team have released images and video of the transformation process in full flow - with even larger versions set to follow in future. Scheduled to be completed by 2020, the current robot is 4.3ft (1.3 metres) tall - but it will eventually be 16.4ft (five metres) high.Their next goal will be to create a half-scale model, 8.2ft (2.5 metres) tall, due by 2016. The robot, which weighs 77lbs (35kg), was unveiled at the annual Digital Content Expo in Tokyo on 23 October 2014.  It can walk on two legs at a speed of 0.62mph (1km/h), but when it changes to ‘car mode’ however, it can reach speeds of 6.2mph (10 km/h). In the video it is seen moving its head, lifting its arms and of course changing into car mode - all in a matter of seconds.