The Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 is a mid-engined sports car, designed and developed in Germany by the
Volkswagen Group and manufactured in Molsheim, France, by Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S.
The original version had a top speed of 407 km/h (253 mph). It was named Car of the
Decade and best car award (2000–2009) by the BBC television programme Top Gear. The standard
Bugatti Veyron also won Top Gear's Best Car Driven All Year award in 2005. This was one of the cars used in furious 7. click here for the website.
It starts up like any other 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392: with a noticeable popping thump as the big 6.4-liter V8 spins to life. Then the engine settles into a rumbling idle. Dennis McCarthy's crew hasn't really done anything mechanical to this Challenger and that's OK. Because this wide-body thing does burnouts that produce clouds of smoke so big that they interrupt air traffic in surrounding states. click here for the website.
This is one of the most know cars to all fast and furious fans. Its is Dom's charger that he worked on as a kid with his dad.
This car has shown up on many different fast and furious movies with dom driving and constantly fixing and tuning it up. It looks super beefy with its three hole air intake above the hood. click here for the website.
Though it seems to be a more unlikely drift car than a RB-powered 1967 Mustang, the red Mitsubishi EVO you see here is a purpose-built drift machine. Perhaps the Mitsubishi tie-in deal is still in effect, but when "casting" cars for The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, the producers decided that one of the "hero" cars should be Mitsubishi's rally machine. Yes, the subtitle of the movie is Tokyo Drift, and yes, this all-wheel drive EVO is going to drift in the movie. click here for the website.
This is the 3.5 million dollar super car used for a stunt in furious 7. Yes furios 7 movie makers spent 3.5 million dollars on a car only to wreck it driving it off a building. The car is made by w-motors in Dubai U.A.E.. Everyone was surprised when they heard that the stunt was actually done for real and not using animations. click here for the website.
The first GT-R binos were produced from 1969–1973. After a 16 year hiatus since the KPGC110 in 1972, the GT-R name was revived in 1989 with the Skyline R32. This car was nicknamed "Godzilla" by the Australian CAGUEIME publication "Wheels" in its July 1989 edition. The BNR32 (R32 GT-R) would end up winning 29 straight victories out of 29 races in the Japanese motorsport. The GT-R proceeded to win the JGTC Group A series championship 4 years in a row, and also had success in the Australian Touring Car Championship winning from 1990–1992, until a regulation change excluded the GT-R in 1993 click here for the website.
The 1995 Toyota Supra featured in the film featured a twin-turbocharged 2,997 cc (2.997 L; 182.9 cu in) Toyota 2JZ-GTE I6 capable of producing 330 bhp and 315 lb.ft backed by a 6 speed V16x manual transmission. After heavy modification it produced 544 bhp @ 6800 revolutions per minute. click here for the website.
The original RX-7 was a sports car with pop-up headlamps. The compact and lightweight Wankel engine (rotary engine) is situated slightly behind the front axle, a configuration marketed by Mazda as "front mid-engine". It was offered as a two-seat coupé, with optional "occasional" rear seats in Japan, the United States, and other parts of the world. These rear seats were initially marketed as a dealer-installed option for the North American market.
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