Listed here are iconic Fast and Furious Cars. Now that the five movies of Fast and Furious Series are already out and sixth one is currently in development, we felt like it’s the right time to give proper respect to the characters that have made this movie franchise quite a lot of fun. And yeah, we are not talking about Vin Diesel and Paul Walker, this list has very little to do with them or their co-stars. Of course, they did a nice job too but what’s so honorable in these movies are the cars that were raced, destroyed or featured. For some of us, Fast and Furious movies are just for cars. Now this is the list of The Fast and the Furious cars, first installment of Fast and Furious movie franchise. We’d be more than happy to post about 2 Fast and 2 Furious cars and the other following movie cars as per request.
1994 Acura Integra
Ok, this one is more about the one driving it than about the car itself. This car is given to Jordana Brewster in the movie. Jump back to the particular scene where we find her zipping around LA in this Integra showing some serious driving skills and tell us that you wouldn’t want to sit shotgun next to the smoking hot Brewster.
1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse
This green-and-blue Eclipse is one of the most iconic Fast and Furious cars of the franchise as it was the first street race car of Paul Walker. This car was not fast enough for him leading him to install a nitrous oxide that ultimately leads to the wreckage of the car and he loses the race with Vin Diesel. I remember one famous line when Diesel said after the race that “it don’t matter if you win by an inch or a mile; winning’s winning.” However, this one was certainly that car that made his bald head sweat.
1997 Mazda RX-7
The nitrous bottles hidden under the passenger seat of this Vin Diesel’s cars was the first hint that the fast and the furious is going for style over substance. When Diesel lectures Walker about “real racers” he seems to have forgotten that a subwoofer won’t make a car go any faster. But the car race in the movie was really great that made the audiences forget about the minor errors.
1995 Volkswagen Jetta
This was one of the few European cars that made to be the part of Fast and Furious Cars. In the movie, this car belonged to Jesse who raced the car agains bad guy Johnny Tran aand his Honda S2000 and loses the race as well as his car. Jesse runs away with his car and sets some chain reaction of events that eventually lead the movei to its climax.
1995 Honda Civic
This is one of three Hondas that Vin Diesel’s crew used to hijack big rigs. Honda Civics were not the fastest cars in Fast and Furious, neither they were used for racing purposes. This was for the gang’s night job, or shall we say, these cars of Fast and Furious were perfect highway hijacking platform.
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS
You didn’t get to see this car unless you stayed through entire end credits of The Fast and the Furious. After Vin Diesel drives off in Brian’s Supra, he apparently heads down to Mexico and at some point picks up this classic hot rod. And though we only see it for a moment in the first film, this Chevy makes a big comeback in the latest installment.
1995 Toyota Supra Turbo
On its own accord, a Toyota Supra has no business spitting out a Ferrari in a friendly drag race along the beach. But in the world of the Fast and Furious cars, this tricked out Japanese renegades ruled over snobby Prancing Horses. In the climax scene of the first movie, Vin Diesel is met by Walker on a small slab of road for one final drag race. Toretto’s car met its doom while this Supra Turbo lived to drive another day and ironically in the hands of the mad who wrecks his car as he owed Walker a 10-second car.
1970 Dodge Charger R/T
You can’t have a list of the Fast and Furious cars without having this menacing muscle in the list. It’s always a treat to see a car with so much torque that the body twists when you rev the engine. As his father’s once-prized steed, Vin Diesel took great lengths in taking care of this blown 1970 Dodge Charger R/T, even admitting to Paul Walker that this is the one car that even he was scared to drive. The charger with the supercharged Chrysler 426 HEMI V8 engine extending out on the bonnet with a blower became the iconic vehicle of the movie franchise, having been a part of not just one, but two – the other one being the fourth movie of Fast And Furious movie series.
Do take note that we compiled this list of Fast and Fuious Cars based on our opinions so if you have any sort of reaction on the cars we chose, you have the whole floor below to let us hear about it.