By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
As he sits astride his shiny black motorbike, its hard to tell where Robocop ends and his vehicle begins.
Fans got a first glimpse at the fighting machine's revamped transport as Joel Kinnaman filmed scenes for the remake of the classic action movie on Saturday.
The epic Robocop remake has been filming in Toronto, Canada for the past month.
The 32-year-old actor looked fierce in his futuristic all black body armour while perched on the powerful machine.
In the full-body fighting suit Robocop became one of the most iconic heroes of the Eighties.
As the eagerly anticipated film progresses in Toronto, set pictures from the Toronto shoot have flooded the media including those of Kinnaman wearing the Robocop suit as he storms onto various crime scenes.
The first Robocop made more than $54m, spawned two sequels, a television miniseries and even gathered Oscar nominations.
In the remake Kinnaman plays Alex Murphy, the hero police office who is critically injured in the line of duty.
His life is saved using the latest robot technologies, creating a futuristic Robocop who struggles to adjust.
Speaking to MTV Kinnaman said: 'The RoboCop reboot is going to be a lot more human,' adding, 'the original is one of my favorite movies. I love it.
'Of course, [director Paul Verhoeven] has that very special tone, and the reboot is not going to have that tone. It’s a re-imagination of it.
In the film Michael Keaton is set to play the role of Raymond Sellars, CEO of the corporation that builds RoboCop in the MGM/Columbia Pictures’ RoboCop remake of the 1987 movie.
Keaton joins previously announced Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman, Samuel L Jackson and Abbie Cornish in the Jose Padilha-directed film.