We are always amazed by all the cars that are shown in this action movie series. Especially when they are used during the street races. What even stunned us more was the introduction of cool cars in every new movie sequence. Without saying much more, we’re going to introduce to you the most interesting, major or minor, cars shown in these popular movie series.
1970 Dodge Charger
Muscle cars still rule. After the first release of the Fast and the Furious movie everyone is everyone is eyeing on the 1970 Dodge Charger that Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) was once afraid to drive. Though it was wrecked because of a train, it’s been restored and was used by him in the fourth movie.
This car had been the most favored car to destroy, but it’s also becoming rare and expensive.
This automatic muscle car is jus the right fit for a super charge Chrysler 426 Hemi V-8.
The Drive train will give you a complete experience from its Earl’s Hoses.
Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R
Who would have thought that this Japanese muscle car would appear twice in the movie and for the whole duration of the film it brought astonishment and people even tagged the car as the “hottest supercar”.
R34 GT-R comes shorter than its brother model R33. The new model is equipped with ATTESA E-TS pro system; firmer suspension and a lower clearance. With its carbon fiber rear air diffuser, the experience of smooth drive is just exciting.
1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse
This 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse was restored and repainted for the purpose of making it the fastest car in the Fast and Furious first movie release. After taking it away from the museum in Illinois, Brian O’Conner (Paul Walker) made a great stunt in the movie as it was used to escape from the cops. But, the car’s appearance didn’t last long since it was destroyed by a surprise shoot-out from their attackers.
Perhaps, each Fast and Furious fan would say Acura NSX is the hottest supercar ever filmed in the movie.
The twin-turbocharged engine gives it a powerful kick-start that reaches up to 500 horsepower; it’s so fast that it hits a maximum of 7500 rpm. Car racers have nothing to say but to be amazed by its 9-speed dual clutch transmission.
In the movie, the S2000 looks more of an underdog, when O’Conner found that the car’s engine was a premium Nissan SR20 and discourage Jesse to bet with Tran. However, Tran had powerful NOS that made the S2000 win. This 2.0 liter, 4-cylinder engine can release an astonishing 240 horsepower that takes the car up to 9,000rpm. As a roadster, this beast can win many races.
Toyota Supra Mark IV
For the Fast and Furious fan, the Mark IV is easily recognizable because it appeared in the movie four times. It was first released in 1992 but Toyota ended the production of the Mark IV model in 2002.
Mazda RX-7 FD
The fast car with a furious engine – this is the Mazda RX-7 FD. The supercar was produced by a Japanese manufacturer from 1978 to 2002. With its rotary engine positioned at the rear axle, this machine produces 3 horsepower ranges – 236hp, 255hp and 276hp – combined with a manual 5-speed transmission. This wide chassis creates stunning lines and gives it’s beauty to the roadsters. This is the reason why Universal studio, picked the supercar for their Fast and Furious installment.
RB-Swapped 1967 Ford Mustang
For the love of super muscle cars, 1967 Ford Mustang is the best choice. Universal studios Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift made the right choice by selecting this muscle machine. However, the V-8 engine of the Mustang didn’t fit the upcoming work of the car, so they customized it and added the RB26DETT or RB engine. This engine is Nissan-made which is also used in the R32 GT-R Skyline.
1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Coming from its Monte Carlo siblings, this 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo generation, didn’t make any big changes at all. It has four classifications of engines depending on how you like your horsepower to kick in. The super fast Turbo-Jet 454 CID V8 can give it a jaw-dropping 365 horsepower.
2010 BMW M5
This luxury car is the hottest sports car being featured in the Fast and Furious 6. Paul Walker as a BMW enthusiast himself races with the E92M3. In the 6th franchise of the movie, Universal studio used 16 E60 M5 models to showcase the grandeur of the car. But, it is said that some of the E60 M5 models were just replicas, the little details like the side mirror and the pedals can be noticed as not being the real E60 M5models.
1969 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro
What makes the stars of the Fast and the Furious love the 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro is the all performance L72 427/427 horsepower engine that reaches a maximum of 5000rpm. It’s so fast, that this old Yenko model is the most popular/chosen muscle car.
1987 Buick GNX
In the early and late ’80s, there was once a muscle car that reigned the roads. Though the exterior of this car was not so pleasing to the eyes, you just had to see the interior specs; the muscle car produces a mighty 276HP and 360 pounds of torque.
1970 Ford Escort RS1600 MK1
This Ford Escort may be small and not so muscular; but it’s still reliable on the road. When all the supercars are proud in showcasing their big muscular chassis, this small car can reveal more under its hood. Its engine comes from the Cosworth-design, 16 valves, 1.6 twincam and a four-cylinder engine.
F-Bomb Chevrolet Sport
Never underestimate the F-Bomb 1973 Camaro driven by Vin Diesel himself because this super muscle car reveals 1,500 horsepower, a V8 twin turbo beast, and manual transmission. Though the model used in the film was just a replica, this replica was just as good as an original Camaro. Yes, an original Camaro! Not the F-Bomb. Imagine the replica being as good as a Camaro… That’s insane!
Corvette Grand Sport
Whether you love this car or not, it is up to you; corvette grand sport is the perfect sports coupe that gives you the extra feel of swiftness and luxury.
Ford GT 40
Nothing can beat the name and reputation of the most successful and favored American racecar. The 40-inch tall monster sports car is 5 inches lower than the Lamborghini Gallardo. Its low ground clearance outshines other sports car in speed and accuracy.
The ramp car or otherwise known as the flip car is a customized built car that has its own purpose not just for speed but also for destroying other vehicles. This car is powered by GM LS3 Crate motor that reaches 500 horsepower and backs it up with an additional 200horsepower NOS. You may not like how it’s built but you’ll love how it speeds up.
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS
This car is mostly used by Dom for smuggling heroin and for street racing. It was also used in The Fast and the Furious (1ST movie in the franchise) as well as in Fast and Furious (4th movie in the franchise). Unfortunately, it was destroyed because its NOS tank exploded during their run against Fenix Calderon and some other men.
The body style of this car is sports coupe with 502 GM Performance V8.
1971 Nissan Skyline 2000 GTR
The car was once used by Brian O’Conner, known as “Hakosuka”. The car holds the GTR badge that surprisingly, other Skyline models do not carry. In the scene, Brian and Mia used the supercar after Dom got ‘off’ from prison. Stunningly, this classic can surely run at high speeds.
1969 Dodge Charger Daytona
When this car was auctioned in London, Tej bought the supercar and brought it with him in his safe house. With its supercharged GM 6.2 liter LS3 V8, it has 500 horsepower. This is the reason why people keep this beast in the garage.
This car was produced in 1971 and manufactured by Carrozzeria. This Luxury car’s grand tour was driven by no other than Letty Ortiz as a distraction to other racers.