If you ever thought to yourself that the crossover Capcom's Street Fighter really needed was with Transformers, well today's your lucky day. Capcom has announced a partnership with toy company Takara Tomy to create a line of Street Fighter 2 x Transformers toys featuring characters like Ryu, Ken, Chun-li, and M. Bison. The four figures are set to launch in Japan in May 2018.
Each figure works like you'd expect a Transformers toy to work, except instead of a car transforming into a robot, it an Autobot or Decepticon, it transforms into a Street Fighter instead.
Ryu transforms into the Transformer Convoy (Optimus Prime in the west), and can transform into either a semi truck or a jet. M. Bison therefor is Megatron who can triple-change into either a tank or a jet. Both of those figures are sold as a set for 12,960 yen (~$116 USD)
Ken meanwhile can transform into a sporty red Hot Rod, complete with spoilers; while Chun-li can transform into Arcee or "Chun-Cee." The Chun-Cee is a repaint of the 2014 Arcee figure from the 30th anniversary line. Those two figures are sold as a set for 8,640 yen (~$77 USD).
In addition, Ryu, Ken, and M. Bison Transformers figures are also Headmasters, so their heads can pop out to become tiny miniature figures that can pilot their own automotive transformations.