The Top 10 Cars of The Fast and Furious Franchise
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The Top 10 Cars of The Fast and Furious Franchise

The Top 10 Cars of The Fast and Furious Franchise

The recent announcement of Furious 7 has shown that the action packed movies of The Fast and The Furious franchise still have plenty of gas in their tanks. All the previous six movies quickly hit the top of the box office charts, earning hundreds of millions of dollars, but they also created the most important car-themed movie franchise ever.
Here is a description of the top 10 cars that made the franchise famous:

10. 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback
The Ford Mustang made its debut in The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift, in an awesome race against the more modern Nissan 350Z, through a winding road in the California mountains. The car is a magnet for the pony car enthusiasts, and features an extremely powerful engine coming from the 240SX Silvia.

9. 1995 Volkswagen Jetta
The Jetta doesn’t get a lot of time onscreen but it is the first European car that is impressive in the movie. A solid, easily modifiable car perfect for enthusiasts, it offers crisp handling, tremendous engine power and it has a simple, rugged look, going unnoticed in the underground racing scene.

8. 1995 Honda Civic
While a Honda Civic is not the first option when going for a race car, with Dominic Toretto behind the wheel, everything changes in a matter of seconds. The car features a double wishbone suspension, improved steering, a new engine offering fantastic power and accelerations and completely new look, making a wonderful impression.

7. 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse
The nitrous Eclipse first appeared in the first movie of the franchise, The Fast and The Furious, and it was driven by Brian O’Connor (played by Paul Walker). The car is one of the most sought after go-to car for tuning enthusiasts and its extravagant style is a great platform for further mods. Also, the green and blue hues of the car surely impressed even the more pragmatic fans.

6. 1987 Buick Grand National GNX
The first Buick in the series appeared in the Fast & Furious movie, where Dominic Toretto drives it to spectacular race in a busy urban setting. The powerful V6 engine makes the car a tough weapon of choice even for the most daring drivers, and it is definitely a symbol of sheer speed and acceleration.

5. 1997 Mazda RX-7
The RX-7 is one of the stars of The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift movie and is one of the most sought after tuning cars available on the Japanese market. Its huge spoilers, its impressive wing and the contrasting colors will have a lasting impact on every car enthusiast out there.

4. 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko
The car driven by Brian O’Connor in the 2 Fast 2 Furious movie really is a tremendous muscle car. The astonishing pony car plays a key role in saving Eva Mendes’ character from the evil guys, and it passes the job with flying colors. The car and its sleek design, simple hues and awesome engine complete its look.

3. 1999 Nissan Skyline GTR
Every Fast and The Furious fan is a Skyline enthusiast, and Brian O’Connor is its greatest one for sure. The car appears in multiple variations in the series, but the GTR is absolutely brilliant. The blue model is good, but the silver one is absolutely mindblowing, to say the least. Its blue neon lights, aggressive look and high wings only come to complete its dangerous look.

2. 1995 Toyota Supra Turbo
The Toyota Supra Turbo managed to spank a Ferrari in a famous showdown, thanks to its nitro packed engine and it also crushed a Charger out of the runway. Although the car had little onscreen time, it stays as a symbol of the series, with its orange color, removable top and sleek design.

1. 1970 Dodge Charger
The Dodge Charger is literally the symbol of the whole Fast and The Furious series, appearing in multiple installments through the years. The car has been rebuilt, updated, tuned and restyled for each movie, and it was driven by Dominic in multiple races, where it crushed its opponents mercilessly. However, most fans will remember its first appearance, in The Fast and The Furious movie, where its simple, vintage look set the tone of the movie.

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