So flashy and bombastic it has part of its engine sticking out of its hood, in such a fashion that it can surely only block the driver’s vision, the Dodge charger is the sort of car you wish was a woman so that you could do bad things to it. Unfortunately it dies a horrible death at the end of a race in the first movie.
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle
You had to wait until the end credits of "Fast and Furious" to lay your eyes on this beauty but once you did you instantly fell in love with it. Dom uses it to dive off to Mexico.
1995 Toyota Supra
If one car embodies "The Fast and the Furious" franchise, it’s the 1995 Toyota Supra. Garish to the point of enticing nausea, you can hardly go incognito with the bright orange paint bouncing off other drivers' headlights. But that doesn’t matter, because you will still look cool as funk behind the wheel.
1997 Mazda RX-7
Universal bought the Mazda after noticing it at the 2005 Tokyo Auto show and decided not to change a damn thing about the car and its bodywork. It’s the perfect car for committing a heist.
1995 Honda Civic
The coolest car you’re ever likely to set your eyes on is perfect for seamlessly guiding underneath a truck and driving away from the cops. Plus it’s probably a hit with the ladies too. Which is no bad thing.
1999 Nissan Skyline
Never sold by Nissan in the US, you need to follow the plight of your favorite "The Fast and the Furious" characters in order to own one of these babies. It's sporty, sexy, and flies like a bird. Well, it doesn't actually fly, but you get the idea.