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  • 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.

  • 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo on Random Coolest Cars from the Fast and the Furious Movies

    (#21) 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

    Although Lucas Black’s 1970 Chevy Monte Carlo is the second one to appear in the series (Tyrese drove one during the demolition derby in the previous movie), it had much more character with its appearance in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. In a series rife with shiny, over-the-top show cars, this Monte was as raw and real as the old NASCARs that inspired it.

    Aside from the $20,000-Bill Mitchell-632 c.i. big block under the hood, Black’s old Chevy was one of the few cars in any of the movies you could actually imagine a high-school gearhead building and driving. 

  • 2011 Bugatti Veyron on Random Coolest Cars from the Fast and the Furious Movies

    (#20) 2011 Bugatti Veyron

    Would this list be complete without “The World’s Fastest Volkswagen”? You know, a couple of years ago I might have been inclined to write off the Veyron from Furious 7 as “overpriced hyper trash.” These days, though, having peered into the diamond-crusted eyes of the Lykan, Bugatti’s Veyron starts looking like the Audi S4 of million-dollar hyper cars: subtle, understated and tastefully restrained.  

  • Thumb of 2010 Koenigsegg CCX-R video

    (#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.

  • 2014 Eagle Speedster/Jaguar E-Type on Random Coolest Cars from the Fast and the Furious Movies

    (#24) 2014 Eagle Speedster/Jaguar E-Type

    Its appearance was brief, but still counts. For those who haven’t heard, the Speedster comes from British manufacturer Eagle, but it started out as a legitimate Series 1 Jaguar E-Type in Fast & Furious 6. But don’t take the Speedster as some kind of hot rod hackery.

    Eagle meticulously goes through the entire car, updating or replacing every piece of it, modernizing the mechanics and making a few subtle aesthetic improvements. This somehow pulls off the neat trick of making the car seem even more pure than it originally was. It’s a love letter to a car, and worth every bit of its six-figure price tag. 

  • 1995 Toyota Supra Turbo MkIV on Random Coolest Cars from the Fast and the Furious Movies

    (#3) 1995 Toyota Supra Turbo MkIV

    If any car from the first movie could lay claim to being legitimate competition for Dom’s Charger, it’s the 2JZ Supra that Paul Walker spent most of the film building. The Turbo Supra was then and remains Japan’s muscle-car king. Wheelies aside, the last race of the movie is pretty plausible as long as you don’t look at the Supra’s rear tires. With a decent set of drag slicks, two stages of nitrous, and some standard engine tuning, this orange sticker vector could probably keep up with Dom’s Charger on its best day.

    The day of the last race, however, wasn't its best, considering that it threw a rod just before hitting a truck. Still, this Japanese muscle cars broke the stereotype most Americans held about Japanese iron. Or, aluminum, as it were. 

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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.

This random tool generates an exhaustive list of all the coolest cars in the movie. There are 27 car brands in total. If you didn't know about these cars in the movies, now is a good opportunity not to be missed.

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