10 Things Everyone Forgot About The Cars From 2 Fast 2 Furious – carandbike
2 Fast 2 Furious was the second film of the Fast and furious franchise. It was released in 2003 and displayed some eventful cars. It’s been 19 years and the audience still can’t help to drool over the cars used in the movie. Here’s a list of the iconic cars fil…….
2 Fast 2 Furious was the second film of the Fast and furious franchise. It was released in 2003 and displayed some eventful cars. It’s been 19 years and the audience still can’t help to drool over the cars used in the movie. Here’s a list of the iconic cars filmed in the movie.
Slap Jack’s Toyota Supra
Slap Jack’s Toyota Supra was the car from the first film, with added skyline and different graphics to make it a brand new car. It was the winning car of the first part and was created as Brian’s closest challenger.
Orange Julius drove this car in the film. The car has been discontinued after the fast and furious: Tokyo drift part and switched by RX-3
Nissan Skyline R34 GTR
It was Brian’s primary drive in the film. The Skyline R34 is an excellent piece of technology; it was too good for a movie. It was an All-wheel-drive supercar, quick and fantastic to drive.
Suki’s Honda S2000
It was one of those cars which can not be forgotten. The hot pink car driven by Suki has a custom set of pink vinyl and nitrous bottles behind the seats. It was Johnny Tran’s car from the first part. It was just painted to suit Suki’s character.
Brian’s Yenko Camaro
It was a fast car, as quoted by Brian. The car used in the movie was a copy of the original Yenko Camaro. The replica used in the production probably used a 427 Cubic Inch 7.0-litre V8 engine and maintained a 425 horsepower.
Dodge Viper SRT 10
A car that turned up in the highway chase scene was a Dodge Viper SRT-10. It was one of the latest batches of the brand new SRT-10 version. It was originally in red but was painted yellow for the film.
The car gained a lot of popularity during the film. The car was not seen as a big part of the film but gained popularity due to its design and model.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII
At the time of the movie, the Evo was not available in America, so it came aboveboard from Japan. The Candy Lime Gold Evo VII was driven by Paul Walker, was planned to be used by an Austrian rally team; hence it had the left-hand drive configuration. The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII was one of the few cars that were not destroyed in the movie.
Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder
It sounded like a Subaru boxer engine; thus, the sound mixers used an Impreza STI to bring a meaner exhaust note. This was the car from the franchise that didn’t age well and became unpopular soon.
2 Fast 2 Furious did not do well as compared to its other franchise, but it brought some magnificent cars on screen and has brought Japan’s fancy car era on screen. It has screened some unmatchable cars and the stars of all time.
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