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  • (#9) 2010 Koenigsegg CCX-R

    Koenigsegg itself is a come-from-nothing success, an underdog who beat the odds on sheer skill and audacity. The CCX-R from FastFive is a 1,000-horsepower beast that theoretically helps to save the planet by running on ethanol. So maybe it’s appropriate that Roman Pierce bought “the only one in the Western hemisphere” after his epic heist. And odds are good he was telling the truth, since there are only four CCX-Rs in existence.

  • 2000 Acura NSX on Random Coolest Cars from the Fast and the Furious Movies

    (#10) 2000 Acura NSX

    The “Acura” NSX, as we Americans would call it, has shown up in most of the films in the franchise, but it got the most screen time as Mia’s ride in the fourth and fifth installments. This, along with Dom’s Charger, O’Connor’s GT-R, and Jesse’s Jetta, stands out as probably one of the best examples of car character casting in history.

    Beautiful, delicate, sophisticated, and surprisingly capable, the NSX has long played a kind of supporting role in the supercar world. It’s one of those cars that stands out (when it chooses to) for its inner beauty above all else. The NSX doesn’t need a bunch of flashy trinkets to make its presence known. 

    But make no mistake. When things get real, the NSX is plenty capable of being a badass. Just like Jordana Brewster’s character.

  • 1987 Buick GNX on Random Coolest Cars from the Fast and the Furious Movies

    (#18) 1987 Buick GNX

    The appearance of the king of all turbo Buicks (only 547 were made) from Fast & Furious was a welcome addition to a pretty fantastic hijacking scene. And it looks extra sinister with those black NASCAR steel wheels, which look like they were lifted straight from Lucas Black’s Monte Carlo.

    The Buick’s appearance here isn’t as weird as you might think. The Turbo Buick and Supra guys have been going at each other for years. There’s even an annual event in Las Vegas where these turbo-six rivals meet to pummel each other, year after year. Head on over there if you ever want to hear some of the best smack-talking on Earth. 

  • 2013 W Motors Lykan HyperSport on Random Coolest Cars from the Fast and the Furious Movies

    (#7) 2013 W Motors Lykan HyperSport

    A big part of my soul wants to write this car from Furious 7 off as just vulgar, overpriced, European trash. And you could make a pretty good case for that, considering the fact that a good chunk of this Lebanese Lykan’s $3.4 million price tag comes from the 420 fifteen-carat diamonds in its headlights. Yes, real diamonds. In the headlights. Manufacturer W Motors also offers an interior combination of sapphires and diamonds. Somehow, the fact that it’s got 720 horsepower from a RUF-tuned Porsche flat six, a 2.8-second 0 to 60 time, and 239 mph top speed doesn’t help.

    All that said: The Lykan is provocatively gorgeous, especially in red. Then again, Nero probably would have said the same thing of Rome burning. 

  • (#12) 2000 Nissan Silvia S15

    The Nissan Silvia was known as the “Mustang of Japan” and its most notable appearance was as “Mona Lisa,” Han’s magnum opus and the second car Lucas Black destroys in the first half hour of The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. However, the Silvia has appeared throughout the franchise.

    In the very first movie, Michelle Rodriguez’s Letty made her first appearance pulling into Toretto’s Market and stepping out of a red S14 Silvia. Okay, technically, it was a crappy American-spec 1997 240SX made up to look like a Silvia, but we can suspend disbelief on this one. It’s an SR20 away from being legit. A few 240SX’s disguised as Silvias showed up throughout Fast & Furious and The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.

  • 1971 Jensen Interceptor on Random Coolest Cars from the Fast and the Furious Movies

    (#23) 1971 Jensen Interceptor

    The 1971 Jensen Interceptor from Fast & Furious 6 has got rear drive, a 440 Chrysler big block, and a front end that looks like it was lifted straight from a Dodge Challenger. No, it’s not an American muscle car. The Jensen Interceptor actually came straight from Birmingham, England. A legend in its own time, the Interceptor and its absurdly huge engine almost instantly became a bedroom pinup for little boys throughout Europe.

    The Interceptor was the sibling to the Jensen FF, the first production car in the world to ever use full-time all-wheel drive. The Interceptor was rear drive, though. Because, burnouts. 

     

    The fact that it made its debut in the series as Letty’s ride seems somehow prescient. The Jensen Interceptor is, after all, Europe’s most direct equivalent to Dom’s trademark Charger. It even uses the same engine. How romantic.

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Have you seen the movies Fast and Furious? Then you must remember the various cars that have appeared in the movies. As a classic of racing movies, each car fans enthusiastically pursue. The exciting speed chasing scenes in the movies are even more exciting. With the increased funding of movies and more and more partners, classic models such as BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Ferrari have gradually increased in the later stages.

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