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The 15 Baddest Cars Featured In Fast & Furious Franchise

February 17, 2020 Leave your thoughts

The Fast and the Furious series is one of the largest Franchises in movies today. The most recent entry (Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw) grossed $760 million worldwide, despite being a spin-off. When the first movie launched in 2001 it revitalized a dying enthusiasm in America for cars. The Fast Saga has gifted us with some amazing cars, and remarkable feats of engineering. This franchise is defined by three things, over the top action, family, and awesome cars. These are the top 15 you can see in action or flying out of skyscrapers in the Fast Franchise.

1970 Ford Escort ,Cars Featured In Fast & Furious Franchise
1970 Ford Escort

15. 1970 Ford Escort

This is Ford’s European rally car that was first released in 1968. It wasn’t much at the time when it was released. The engine was primitive, the chassis was weak, but England loved them. They were great enthusiast cars because they were inexpensive, and had a lot of room to upgrade. The RS 1600 version of the car had a (relatively) powerful engine and cemented rally car status for the Escort. The one featured in the Fast Franchise is an enthusiast’s dream. It’s an American car forever grounded in English car history. It’s just at home in an enthusiast’s garage as a Ford auto body shop

Original Specs

  • Current Price: $51,000
  • 113 BHP
  • RWD
  • Top Speed: 113MPH
  • Weight: 1731 Lbs
  • 0-60MPH: 8.9 Seconds
1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse,Cars Featured In Fast & Furious Franchise
1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse

14.  1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse

This is the first car that Brian O’Conner drives in the first Fast and Furious film. This movie contained a lot of imports as well as American Muscle. The Eclipse stood out among the rest for its unique, body styling, and great racing potential at the time. The car allowed for a great Japanese VS American set up when Tokyo Drift was made, and that’s just one of the reasons it makes number 14 on this list. There are few Japanese race cars from that time that are more recognizable than the classic 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse. This little car could go fast, and look good doing it. 

Original Specs

  • Current Price: $23,000 
  • 143 BHP
  • FWD
  • Top Speed: 137 MPH
  • Weight: 2910 Lbs
  • 0-60 MPH: 6.0 Seconds

13. 2002 Lancer Evolution

Here we have another Mitsubishi in the Lancer Evolution. This car is one that’s often inseparable from the Fast franchise. The Lancer was designed to be both a quick streetcar, and completely able to hold its own as a rally car. When you think of a car drifting, you might have a mental image of the Lancer Evolution. It was good for enthusiasts because it provided a great baseline to be upgraded and iterate on. It also came with enough power from the dealership for the enthusiast that couldn’t put more money into upgrades for the car. The Fast Franchise elevated this car, and helped ensure it was a success in the United States. It was common to see this car decked out in the F&F style for years after the movie came out. 

Original Specs

  • Current Price: $12,500 
  • 268 BHP
  • AWD
  • Top Speed: 142 MPH
  • Weight: 3263 Lbs
  • 0-60 MPH: 5.89 Seconds
2011 Subaru WRX STI blue,Cars Featured In Fast & Furious Franchise
2011 Subaru WRX STI Blue

12. 2011 Subaru WRX STI

This 4 door sedan also became wildly popular as a result of it being featured in the Fast Franchise. There were many models of the Impreza but the WRX STI was the performance variant that rally and drifting enthusiasts love. The All-wheel drive combined with the turbocharged engine, at a reasonable price, made them ideal for anyone looking to get into the racing scene. The sleek body styling also helped this sedan achieve status as a racing car. Its major rival at the time was the Lancer, but this one edges out the number 12 spot because of the body styling. They’re great cars for anyone looking to get into the rally or drifting scene. 

Original Specs

  • Current Price: $17,000
  • 315 BHP
  • AWD
  • Top Speed: 158 MPH
  • Weight: 3241 Lbs
  • 0-60 MPH: 13.6 seconds
2017 Subaru BRZ,Cars Featured In Fast & Furious Franchise
2017 Subaru BRZ

11. 2017 Subaru BRZ

The 2017 BRZ was the largest update to the car since it was introduced. At the time the BRZ received numerous performance upgrades. It included a horsepower upgrade and better suspension for faster cornering. The BRZ also looks great. The design just screams fast, even though it’s not blistering fast in comparison to the cars further down this list. Subaru ensured this car had a comfortable ride despite the high-performance output.

Original Specs

  • Current Price: $26,000
  • 205 BHP
  • RWD
  • Top Speed: 143 MPH
  • Weight: 2813 Lbs
  • 0-60 MPH: 6.7 Seconds
1969 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro,,Cars Featured In Fast & Furious Franchise
1969 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro

10. 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro

Back to the classics, and a staple of American Muscle Cars. The name Don Yenko is to Chevy fans what Carol Shelby is to Ford. The upgrades Don Yenko was building out his shop would catch the attention of Chevy in the late 60s. The exact number of Yenko Camaros in the wild isn’t known, but it’s rumored that at least 200 were built. That rarity makes this car a shining example of American history. The Yenko upgrades would see a new suspension, larger engine, and better transmission go into the car. Ultimately the additions and changes cost the buyer around $800 extra ($5,656 adjusted for inflation). There’s nothing quite like a Yenko Camaro. 

Original Specs

  • Current Price: $220,000
  • 425 BPH
  • RWD
  • Top Speed: 140 MPH
  • Weight: 3,500 Lbs
  • 0-60 MPH: 5.4 Seconds
1966 Corvette Stingray,Cars Featured In Fast & Furious Franchise
1966 Corvette Stingray

9. 1966 Corvette Stingray

This is a classic in American sports cars. The design is instantly recognizable and remains one of the most desirable Corvettes to this day. It gained traction over other models of the Corvette due to the big block option, meaning that the car could have even more power. The Stingray also distinguished itself from the rest of the Corvette lineup in that there were other performance enhancers under the hood like increased compression. Combine that with a smaller number of them and, although not rare, you have a car that’s wanted by collectors and classic enthusiasts all across the world. These are a staple of any classic car show, and always a joy to see on the road.  

Original Specs

  • Current Price: $62,000
  • 300 BHP
  • RWD
  • Top Speed: 140 MPH
  • Weight: 3148 Lbs
  • 0-60 MPH: 4.8 Seconds

8. Navistar MXT

This is not a car. This is a military defense vehicle that you’re likely not going to find on the road anytime soon. It also looks awesome and comes with the power to match. The armor provides protection from both ballistics and mines and roadside bombs. Everything on this monster of a vehicle is designed to protect the people inside. Think Hummer on steroids, and after a Rocky-style training montage. That’s what the Navistar MXT provides to the owner. Nothing about this car was designed for civilian use, and that exclusivity is part of why it goes this high on the list. You’re going to turn heads with this as you take up the majority of the road. 

Original Specs

  • Current Price: $159,000
  • 340 BHP
  • AWD
  • Top Speed: 62 MPH
  • Weight: 33,000 Lbs
1970 Dodge Charger RT,Cars Featured In Fast & Furious Franchise
1970 Dodge Charger RT

7. 1970 Dodge Charger R/T

This is arguably the most famous car used across the entire franchise. Doms Dodge charger seems to always come back from the dead, and it’s not hard to see why. When you think American Muscle Cars the 1970 Dodge Charger is certainly at the forefront of the conversation. The one featured in the first movie is by no means stock. While unlikely, it is possible to outfit a Dodge Charger with the insane specs Dom lists in the movie. The design is so classic that even the current models of Chargers look like the classic Charger. 

Original Specs

  • Current Price: $110,000
  • 375 BHP
  • RWD
  • Top Speed: 137 MPH
  • Weight: 3380 Lbs
  • 0-60 MPH: 5.1 Seconds

6. 2014 Eagle Speedster Jaguar E Type

This car is so British. Everything about it makes it so clearly English in its design, build, and pedigree. When you look at this car you can’t mistake it as being anything other than Jaguar. It exudes British Class, and that’s why it’s the perfect car for the Fast Franchise. Eagle doesn’t do mass-produced cars. They require an individual car quote from each customer, and they build them custom. This earns it a spot on this list because you’ve never seen an Eagle like the other Eagles. Your Eagle is uniquely yours.

Original Specs

  • Current Price: Custom
  • 375 BHP+
  • RWD
  • Top Speed: 175+
  • Weight: Custom
  • 0-60 MPH: 5.0 Seconds
2010 Koenigsegg CCXR,Cars Featured In Fast & Furious Franchise
2010 Koenigsegg CCXR

5. 2010 Koenigsegg CCXR

When this car was released it was the fastest production car ever made. The CCXR is a supercar in every sense of the word. The look is iconic and unmistakable. The sound alone is enough to raise your heartbeat. This car was made to do one thing, go fast, and look good while doing it. It’s no wonder that this car belonged to the villain in the fast movie that featured it. There were only 4 Koenigsegg CCXR’s ever made, and it’s why this car is so exclusive. If you ever get the pleasure of seeing one of these amazing feats of engineering and design, take it in and savor the moment before the car speeds away. 

Original Specs

  • Current Price: $4.8 Million Dollars 
  • 1118 HP 
  • Top Speed: 250 MPH +
  • Weight: 2821 Lbs
  • 0-60 MPH: 2.9 Seconds
2007 Aston Martin DB9,Cars Featured In Fast & Furious Franchise
2007 Aston Martin DB9

4. 2007 Aston Martin DB9

Another high-performance British car makes the top 10. Aston Martin is one of the most luxurious and recognizable brands of luxury cars on the market. Nothing screams luxury and performance meeting on the common ground like the DB9. All of the power, and none of the compromises. When you drive a DB9, it’s unlike anything else on the road. The 2007 Model featured in the Fast franchise is exactly the luxury and class they needed to bring to this gritty car world. The DB9 is at home in the Fast and Furious just as much as it is with James Bond. 

Original Specs

  • Current Price: $175,000
  • 449 HP 
  • RWD
  • Top Speed: 186 MPH
  • Weight: 3968 Lbs
  • 0-60 MPH: 4.7 Seconds
1968 Ford GT40,Cars Featured In Fast & Furious Franchise
1968 Ford GT40

3. 1968 Ford GT40

The Ford GT40 was the pinnacle for American Racing. In the 1960 Ferrari dominated the racing scene. With the help of Carol Shelby, Ford would dethrone the Italians, and put American racing at the top, winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans 4 years in a row, from 1966-1969. They’re extremely rare, as there could only be a few of them made for racing eligibility reasons. This makes it extraordinarily expensive. The one used in the Fast and Furious franchise isn’t the real deal, but a replica. It’s a cornerstone in American racing history.

Original Specs

  • Current Price: $5,000,000+
  • 306 BHP
  • RWD
  • Top Speed: 158 MPH 
  • Weight: (estimated) 2650 lbs
  • 0-60 MPH: 5.3 Seconds
2013 Lykan Hypersport,Cars Featured In Fast & Furious Franchise
2013 Lykan Hypersport

2. 2013 Lykan Hypersport

W Motors burst on the hypercar scene with the first Arabian hypercar, the 2013 Lykan Hypersport. After the door had been opened by other newcomers like Koenigsegg it was clear that there was room for competition in the hypercar sector. The Lykan Hypersport did not disappoint. It makes number 2 on this list because it’s unlike any other hypercar. This car looks like something that (if it were black) would be right at home with Batman behind the wheel. The Fast and Furious franchise would use it to great effect, launching out of a skyscraper in Abu Dhabi. 

Original Specs

  • Current Price: $3 Million
  • 750 HP
  • RWD
  • Top Speed: 245 MPH
  • Weight: 3086 Lbs
  • 0-60 MPH: 2.8 Seconds
2017 Mclaren 720S,Cars Featured In Fast & Furious Franchise
2017 Mclaren 720S

1.  2017 Mclaren 720S

The car to top the list is among one of the most iconic British Hypercars. The Mclaren 720S needs no introduction. This car belongs to Shaw in the 2019 movie Hobs and Shaw. It’s sleek, trim, beautiful, and blindingly fast. A Mclaren can’t be mistaken for anything other than what it is, the coolest luxury and supercar maker on the market. Nothing turns heads like a Mclaren 720S. 

Original Specs

  • Current Price: $285,000
  • 710 BHP
  • RWD
  • Top Speed: 212 MPH
  • Weight: 3128 Lbs
  • 0-60 MPH: 2.9 Seconds


The Fast and Furious have done great things for the car world and helped bring a whole new audience that might not have ever cared about what they drive. With the high diversity of cars on display, someone is bound to find something that they like. Whether that be a Honda, Nissan, or a luxury brand like Aston Martin. There’s a little something for everyone. 

The only part of the franchise that’s more well known than the cars are the crashes. There are so many crashes, most of which are spectacular in fashion, but leave some beautiful cars destroyed. A crash shouldn’t be the end of a car you love, and at Auto Aid, we can help. We provide luxury vehicles, exotic, and sports cars auto body repair in Los Angeles. So if you’re ever in a crash, or have your own Fast and Furious moment, we can help get you back on the road. Luxury cars aren’t the only ones that get into crashes though. We’re a Nissan auto body shop, a Honda auto body shop, and a body shop that handles almost any American or European make and model. Our goal is to provide you with quality service that gets you back on the road. Give us a call today and see how we can help you get safely back on the road.