Prowl (Transformers) - Transformers: Robots in Disguise - Toys


The original Japanese release of the Deluxe-sized toy. Transforms from a Lamborghini Diablo patrol car to robot. Decorated in black and white Japanese police markings with silver-colored wheels.
  • Car Robots Deluxe Super Mach Alert (C-026) (2000)
A repaint of Mach Alert to depict his "supercharged" mode. Decorated in a more western-style police paint scheme in blue and white with gold-colored wheels.
  • Car Robots Kabaya Gum Mach Alert (2000)
The Kabaya Car Robots gum toy series consists of a stick of gum and an easy-to-assemble kit. The completed robot is non-transformable, but is fairly poseable and has translucent plastic parts.
  • Robots in Disguise Deluxe Prowl (2001)
Similar to Mach Alert, only with the addition of the Autobot insignia on the hood.
  • Robots in Disguise Deluxe Super Prowl (2001)
Similar to Super Mach Alert, only with the addition of the Autobot insignia on the hood.
This figure was remolded (without his roof lights) and repainted into the Sideswipe and Sunstreaker toys available exclusively at BotCon 2003 (as their original incarnations also transformed into Lamborghinis). This altered version of the mold was later repainted again in the color scheme of the original Red Alert (another Lamborghini) for Transformers: Universe, but was released in the line under the name of Inferno.
  • Robots in Disguise Spy Changer Prowl 2 (2001)
A smaller figure of Prowl that transforms into a Chevrolet Impala police car, based on an unused Generation 2 Go-Bots figure. Bundled with Spy Changer Side Swipe.
  • Universe Deluxe Prowl (2004)
A slight repaint of Deluxe Prowl, with added red decals and a larger Autobot symbol. This character appeared in the BotCon 2004 voice actor play.

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