The unstoppable action franchise is all set to rock the box office for one more time. Fast 8 will release in theatres tomorrow and the early reviews are fairly good.
to celebrate this momentous occasion we've rounded up our twelve favorite cars from the F&F Franchise .
Dom's father's Charger that he rebuilt but never raced — that is, until the epic final chase of the first movie where he goes after Johnny Tran, then faces off against Brian and his Supra.
despite the tacky graphics, over-the-top body kit, and neon underbody lighting, the car has become one of the most iconic of the series.
Brian enters the car in a four-way street race in 2 Fast 2 Furious, where he jumps the twin-turbo, all-wheel-drive coupe off a bridge before getting car-tasered by the cops.
The Supra was one of the star cars of the first film, rescued by O’Conner from a junkyard and brought back to life in Toretto’s garage. Despite not being a twin-turbo model (revealed when the hood is opened), the crew is impressed with O’Conner’s find.
This vintage muscle car just looks dark, dangerous and even a little angry. Driven largely by Letty in Furious 7, it may not be the most agile or quickest of the Fast and Furious cars, but it just has an attitude about it that jumps off the screen.
Tank scene. Need we say more?
In the final scenes of “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift,” Sean Boswell (Lucas Black) drives a 1967 Ford Mustang formerly owned by his father.
Watching this beauty collide head-on with the villain’s Maserati in Furious 7 is painful as it is such a wonderful example of a balance between raw power and refined style.
The Charger Daytona is definitely up there in terms of rarity. A legend in NASCAR racing, the Charger Daytona and its twin, the Plymouth Superbird, are distinguished by their elongated “nose cone” and huge decklid-mounted wing.
A Veliside RX-7 is amazing on its own, but as Han's drift car in "Tokyo Drift"? Supreme status. Unfortunately, it's also the vehicle Han is driving when he meets his demise.
If the franchise began with affordable cars being upgraded with aftermarket parts, the appearance of the Lykan Hypersport in Furious 7 signifies exactly how far Toretto, his crew and the franchise itself has come since 2001
The 'Vette might have been short-lived in the movie, but everyone remembers the scene where Brian does that crazy jump onto the back of the car, only for Dom to drive it off a cliff