New Terminator Salvation Concept Designs!


Some brand new concept designs from Terminator Salvation have appeared online. They give us a closer look at some of the new Terminators that we saw in the leaked footage a day or two ago.

Images removed due to request

  • http://uk-tv-guide.com/ TV Guide

    Oooo, those look awsome. Especially the large one (Harvester).

  • http://uk-tv-guide.com TV Guide

    Oooo, those look awsome. Especially the large one (Harvester).

  • will

    Arnold played a T 101.

  • will

    Arnold played a T 101.

  • Will is WRONG and FAILED

    Arnold played a T-800 model 101

  • Will is WRONG and FAILED

    Arnold played a T-800 model 101

  • sally

    wow, thanks captain douche bag

  • sally

    wow, thanks captain douche bag

  • Will is WRONG and FAILED

    Successful troll is successful =]

  • Will is WRONG and FAILED

    Successful troll is successful =]

  • Billy Hickle

    Character nomenclature
    The end credits of all three Terminator films list Schwarzenegger’s character as simply “The Terminator”. Later films call the newer terminator characters by their series numbers (T-1000, T-X, etc.). The only consistent name for Schwarzenegger’s Terminator character has been “The Terminator”. Kyle Reese in The Terminator and Schwarzenegger’s character in Terminator 2 refer to it as a “Cyberdyne Systems Model 101″, and in Terminator 3, the Terminator refers to itself as a “T-101″.

    However, other sources contradict this designation. On the T2 Extreme Edition DVD, he is referred to as an 800 series and a T-800.[2] The T3 extras refer to him as an “850 series Model 101″, a “T-850″, and a “T-101″.

    Additionally, most merchandising for T2 and Terminator 3 – both at the time of their original releases and retroactively – (e.g. Action Masters miniatures, Cinemaquette statues, Sideshow Collecables replicas, Hollywood Collectibles statuettes, ArtFX kits, Medicom figures, Hot Toys, and McFarlane Toys) have all used the T-800 and T-850 nomenclature, contributing to this designation having arguably the most popular and widely-disseminated usage, especially in direct juxtaposition to the explicitly named T-600s and T-1000.

    In the T2 commentary, Cameron states that the Model 101s all look like Schwarzenegger, with a 102 looking like someone else, leading to speculation that the 101 refers to the physical appearance while the 800 refers to the endoskeleton common to many models. A scene deleted from the theatrical cut, but restored in the Terminator 2 Special Edition, lends the most credence to this explanation. In this scene, John and Sarah shut down The Terminator for modification according to his instructions. When he reboots, the upper-left of his HUD reads “Cyberdyne Systems Series 800 Model 101 Version 2.4″. Additionally, the original Terminator 2 teaser trailer further verifies this on a display monitor during cyborg tissue generation, referencing the Series 800 Model 101.

  • Billy Hickle

    Character nomenclature
    The end credits of all three Terminator films list Schwarzenegger’s character as simply “The Terminator”. Later films call the newer terminator characters by their series numbers (T-1000, T-X, etc.). The only consistent name for Schwarzenegger’s Terminator character has been “The Terminator”. Kyle Reese in The Terminator and Schwarzenegger’s character in Terminator 2 refer to it as a “Cyberdyne Systems Model 101″, and in Terminator 3, the Terminator refers to itself as a “T-101″.

    However, other sources contradict this designation. On the T2 Extreme Edition DVD, he is referred to as an 800 series and a T-800.[2] The T3 extras refer to him as an “850 series Model 101″, a “T-850″, and a “T-101″.

    Additionally, most merchandising for T2 and Terminator 3 – both at the time of their original releases and retroactively – (e.g. Action Masters miniatures, Cinemaquette statues, Sideshow Collecables replicas, Hollywood Collectibles statuettes, ArtFX kits, Medicom figures, Hot Toys, and McFarlane Toys) have all used the T-800 and T-850 nomenclature, contributing to this designation having arguably the most popular and widely-disseminated usage, especially in direct juxtaposition to the explicitly named T-600s and T-1000.

    In the T2 commentary, Cameron states that the Model 101s all look like Schwarzenegger, with a 102 looking like someone else, leading to speculation that the 101 refers to the physical appearance while the 800 refers to the endoskeleton common to many models. A scene deleted from the theatrical cut, but restored in the Terminator 2 Special Edition, lends the most credence to this explanation. In this scene, John and Sarah shut down The Terminator for modification according to his instructions. When he reboots, the upper-left of his HUD reads “Cyberdyne Systems Series 800 Model 101 Version 2.4″. Additionally, the original Terminator 2 teaser trailer further verifies this on a display monitor during cyborg tissue generation, referencing the Series 800 Model 101.

  • Pypsi

    Douche bag is correct, however. Champions of exacting, harsh accuracy unite!

  • Pypsi

    Douche bag is correct, however. Champions of exacting, harsh accuracy unite!

  • Your Mom

    Cyberdyne Systems Model 101

  • Your Mom

    Cyberdyne Systems Model 101

  • wesker

    Billy Hickle FTW!!

  • wesker

    Billy Hickle FTW!!

  • Bill

    #6-Bill Hickle. you are fricking gay. Get a job, dude. Nerd.

  • Bill

    #6-Bill Hickle. you are fricking gay. Get a job, dude. Nerd.

  • mlong

    The Harvester of SORROW for sure.
    I want one.

  • mlong

    The Harvester of SORROW for sure.
    I want one.

  • notoriousMD

    Billy Hickle you are hard core and screw those retards if they don’t value your thoroughness. I for one am impressed and I don’t impress easily. A society that belittles intellect and academic achievement and instead glorifies and elects mediocrity (I mean Bush not Obama) is a declining civilization indeed.

  • notoriousMD

    Billy Hickle you are hard core and screw those retards if they don’t value your thoroughness. I for one am impressed and I don’t impress easily. A society that belittles intellect and academic achievement and instead glorifies and elects mediocrity (I mean Bush not Obama) is a declining civilization indeed.

  • np.

    the human concept art looks similar to main character in bunji’s marathon(2 and infinity). I’m just making an observation not complaining. It looks cool.

  • np.

    the human concept art looks similar to main character in bunji’s marathon(2 and infinity). I’m just making an observation not complaining. It looks cool.

  • the terminator

    and why are there no flying terminators?

    also, wow Billy Hickle, a simple, ‘yeah .3 you so right’ would have sufficed

  • the terminator

    and why are there no flying terminators?

    also, wow Billy Hickle, a simple, ‘yeah .3 you so right’ would have sufficed

  • http://www.piratecat.net/ Anthony

    @ the terminator

    I take it you didn’t see the “Hunter Killer”? Look at the article one more time.

  • http://www.piratecat.net Anthony

    @ the terminator

    I take it you didn’t see the “Hunter Killer”? Look at the article one more time.

  • Mike

    *sigh* Why do they always feel the need to add some ridiculous looking additions to the known franchise for later sequels? “Mototerminator”? For God’s sake.

  • Mike

    *sigh* Why do they always feel the need to add some ridiculous looking additions to the known franchise for later sequels? “Mototerminator”? For God’s sake.

  • BoredKal

    Obvious things that jumped up and kicked me in the face about these…
    1) The 600 would not have flesh like that. Skynet would not waste the time. It’s pointless and inefficient. Someone fankwanking out a new enemy for a Quake or Doom game however… congratulations.
    2) Hydrobot. Metal used for terminators = VERY HEAVY. If T:SCC has taught us anything, it would SINK.
    3) Harvester. Yay for pointlessly huge and again unbelievably inefficient design. That thing is moronic and wouldn’t look out of place in a dozen videogames.
    4) Moterminator? Oh dear…
    5) All of the above (bar the classic, wonderful HK) are clearly just there to give them some merchandise possibilities. Did the potential toyline actually come before the movie in this case?

  • BoredKal

    Obvious things that jumped up and kicked me in the face about these…
    1) The 600 would not have flesh like that. Skynet would not waste the time. It’s pointless and inefficient. Someone fankwanking out a new enemy for a Quake or Doom game however… congratulations.
    2) Hydrobot. Metal used for terminators = VERY HEAVY. If T:SCC has taught us anything, it would SINK.
    3) Harvester. Yay for pointlessly huge and again unbelievably inefficient design. That thing is moronic and wouldn’t look out of place in a dozen videogames.
    4) Moterminator? Oh dear…
    5) All of the above (bar the classic, wonderful HK) are clearly just there to give them some merchandise possibilities. Did the potential toyline actually come before the movie in this case?

  • Paul

    Reese explains the earlier attempts at infiltration units in The Terminator and how they were easily spotted due to their fake skin. It’s already been explained that Skynet ‘wasted’ such time. Evidently this one has been spotted and taken some damage.

    You did watch the first film, right?

  • Paul

    Reese explains the earlier attempts at infiltration units in The Terminator and how they were easily spotted due to their fake skin. It’s already been explained that Skynet ‘wasted’ such time. Evidently this one has been spotted and taken some damage.

    You did watch the first film, right?

  • that’s not my name

    BoredKal

    Of course the potential toy line came before the movie. It’s Terminator 4 for God sakes. It’s all about the money.

    And yes, I second your dismay about the mototerminator. I couldn’t think of a stupider character (name or design) if it was my job.

  • that’s not my name

    BoredKal

    Of course the potential toy line came before the movie. It’s Terminator 4 for God sakes. It’s all about the money.

    And yes, I second your dismay about the mototerminator. I couldn’t think of a stupider character (name or design) if it was my job.

  • you’re lame

    don’t you know how to use message boards. don’t post twice just because the first one didn’t show up immediately…

  • you’re lame

    don’t you know how to use message boards. don’t post twice just because the first one didn’t show up immediately…

  • smatt584

    BoredKal:
    1)Why Pointless and inefficient to disguise the metallic robot to look like a human? Worked for the other three movies.
    2)Hydrobot, how do you know they used the same metal? Its a 2-d picture. that could be a titanium alloy=VERY LIGHT
    3)Have to agree with you there, the sheer mass of this robot using real-world physics would render this design virtually immobile. looks cool though, half the size and we’ve got a winner.
    4)Mototerminator is probably one of the most practicle designs and would yield potentially devastating results, being extremely fast, maneuverable, and packing massive firepower by the looks of it.
    5)So, once again, YOU FAIL.

  • smatt584

    BoredKal:
    1)Why Pointless and inefficient to disguise the metallic robot to look like a human? Worked for the other three movies.
    2)Hydrobot, how do you know they used the same metal? Its a 2-d picture. that could be a titanium alloy=VERY LIGHT
    3)Have to agree with you there, the sheer mass of this robot using real-world physics would render this design virtually immobile. looks cool though, half the size and we’ve got a winner.
    4)Mototerminator is probably one of the most practicle designs and would yield potentially devastating results, being extremely fast, maneuverable, and packing massive firepower by the looks of it.
    5)So, once again, YOU FAIL.

  • MeLcHoR

    Crap, too late… they already removed the images! :P

  • MeLcHoR

    Crap, too late… they already removed the images! :P

  • jimmy

    actually he’s called a 101 in the first two films… maybe you should watch them, retard

  • jimmy

    actually he’s called a 101 in the first two films… maybe you should watch them, retard

  • Anthony

    And for those who still want to see the images, they’re at my site:

    http://piratecat.net/?p=248

  • Anthony

    And for those who still want to see the images, they’re at my site:

    http://piratecat.net/?p=248

  • Terminator Biographer

    You are all stupid. Scene 16 Terminator 2. Cyberdyne Systems model 101. Also known as T-101. He plays the same model terminator in Terminator and Judgement Day. Terminator 3, he is an 850 with a different fuel source, that makes active mobility longer but is the largest achillies heel for the robot, and what you will see in the fourth and fifth movie lead to the downfall of the machines rein.

  • http://fitness.adventurer@gmail.com Terminator Biographer

    You are all stupid. Scene 16 Terminator 2. Cyberdyne Systems model 101. Also known as T-101. He plays the same model terminator in Terminator and Judgement Day. Terminator 3, he is an 850 with a different fuel source, that makes active mobility longer but is the largest achillies heel for the robot, and what you will see in the fourth and fifth movie lead to the downfall of the machines rein.

  • Bobskid

    Taken almost directly from wikipedia

    fail!

  • Bobskid

    Taken almost directly from wikipedia

    fail!

  • Gordon

    Terminator Salvation iPhone game due first week of may

    http://www.iphonenewstracker.com/2009/04/24/previ

  • Gordon

    Terminator Salvation iPhone game due first week of may

    http://www.iphonenewstracker.com/2009/04/24/previ