To date, there are eight movies in the "Fast and Furious" franchise, and it shows no signs of slowing down: a spin-off starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham is set to be released within the next few years or so. And although we love all the action and drama that the movies give us, it would be nothing without the silent stars that are the vehicles these men and women get to drive. Could you honestly imagine Dom crashing into three buildings in anything less iconic than the Lykan HyperSport?
From Dom's classic Dodge Charger to the bright orange Lamborghini Murciélago than Roman chose to drive on the ice in the eighth movie, these vehicles of the "Fast" franchise have quickly become some of the best in the automotive industry. But have you been paying enough attention to them to name them if we showed you some pictures?
It's time to test whether you were more interested in Dom and Letty's growing and complicated romance than the car he drove to (try to) kick Declan Shaw's butt in the seventh movie. Let's find out how much you know about the iconic cars in the "Fast and the Furious" film franchise with this quiz.
The 1968 Dodge Ice Charger made its appearance in "The Fate of the Furious" and was custom-built for the eighth film of the series. Character Dom Toretto is seen driving the metal-paneled muscular car that resembled the outrageous Hoonicorn of Ken Block and a car from "Mad Max."
In his role as Roman in "The Fate of the Furious," Tyrese Gibson is seen in the driver's seat of a Lamborghini Murciélago. Also considered one of the most iconic of its kind, the orange Lamborghini is swift and exotic, and comes in a manual version but has recently been replaced by the Aventador.
This light tank was designed with the intention of performing numerous missions such as defense, surveillance and rescue, among others, and consists of a gun on top of the vehicle. In the film, Ludacris is seen driving the Ripsaw in his action-packed scenes.
The Rally Fighter, which is driven by Letty Ortiz, is custom built for "The Fast and the Furious" film and closely resembles a beach buggy. Some of its attractive features are its spiked tires, bull guard and LED lights mounted at the top.
This snow-trekking truck is driven by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, who plays the character Hobbs in the latest movie in the franchise. The Ice Ram has a giant fin used for ripping snow and ice as well as the new tracks installation, which has replaced the wheels.
The Bentley Continental is driven by Roman who is portrayed by actor Tyrese Gibson in the "Fast 8" film. This British luxury car features custom wheels and is white and burgundy.
In "Fast 8," the Mercedes-AMG GT is a sports car belonging to Tej Parker, a role played by Ludacris. As one of the most envious cars in Affalterbach, Germany, it has a 4.0 liter V8 petrol engine and is grey with black stripes and AMG alloys.
The 1966 Corvette Stingray featured in "The Fate of the Furious" was manufactured by Chevrolet. This two-door convertible was driven by Letty Ortiz when she apprehended Dom Toretto in New York City.
Jason Statham who plays the British Deckard Shaw in the film is seen behind the wheels of this classy Jaguar F-Type Coupe. As one of over 300 cars designed for the movie, this two-door roadster was manufactured by Jaguar Land Rover.
Driven by government agent, Little Nobody, the Subaru BR-Z is a minor car driven. Four identical versions were explicitly constructed for the filming of this movie with three of them surviving.
Known as the signature ride of Brian O'Connor, the Nissan R34 Skyline GT-R was used by Brian in the "2 Fast 2 Furious" movie. The car has a 2.6L twin turbo engine and six-speed manual transmission. Brian uses the skyline during the street race; the car is successfully able to jump the bridge and win the race.
The supercar manufactured by W Motors based in Lebanon was the highlight of "Furious Seven." The car was used to jump from one skyscraper to another skyscraper in Dubai. The car can accelerate to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds; it also boasts a top speed of 240 mph.
Featured in the "Tokyo Drift" installment, the 1967 Nissan Mustang and can be seen in the scene with the race down the mountain between Sean and Takashi. The two-door sports car has a 2.6L twin turbo engine and five-speed manual transmission.
With only four of this supercar in existence, the 2010 Koenigsegg CCX-R boasts a 4.8 L v8 engine. The car was featured in Fast Five movie and was driven by Roman Pierce and Tej Parker. The two racers boasted that they have the only two Koenigsegg in the western hemisphere.
Featured in "Furious Seven," Brian O'Conner drove this car. The sports car has a 3.0-liter engine and has a top speed of 185 mph. The car also has three display screens and an on-board PlayStation in the interior. The Toyota Supra also boasts custom graphics on the exterior.
Despite the fact this car was never sold in America, director Justin Lin so admired its presence in "The Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift" that he insisted on it being included in "Fast & Furious." The car was driven by Ron Yuan, who played the character David Park. The car department on set outfitted four s14 generation Nissan 240SX coupes to replicate the S15.
Appearing at the start of "Furious Seven," the 2014 Audi R8 is used to compete against Letty Ortiz's 1970 Plymouth Barracuda during Race Wars. The impressive R8, unfortunately, fizzled away as its pistons and transmission give out, allowing Letty to win easily at the quarter mile race.
Making use of the vehicle's rally–spec suspension, Brian uses a makeshift ramp to launch the car onto a bridge of fallen debris to save his friend Roman Pearce from being crushed by the tank. The Escort was painted in a classic blue and white and given a new five-speed manual transmission.
Brian uses the 1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse when he manages to beat Edwin but loses to Dominic Toretto, who won the pink slip to the car as a result. The car boasts a 420A Neon 16-valve four-cylinder engine. However, due to nitrous oxide in the car, it gets obliterated after the race.
Appearing in "The Fast & The Furious," this red 1994 Integra DC2 was driven by the character Edwin, played by rapper JaRule. Fashioned with a heavily modified suspension, the car was equipped with Wings West RS Racing series ground-effects kit.
A mid-sized car, the Chevrolet Chevelle was manufactured in three generations from 1964 to 1977. The 1970 model was commonly considered as America's King of the Streets. The ultimate muscle car, the Chevelle SS featured a 450hp engine.
First introduced in 1991, the Acura NSX was designed by Honda to compete against the Ferrari. Designed based on the Formula One race cars, the NSX features a V6 engine and two-seater body made of aluminum.
The Volkswagen Touran is a five-door compact MPV first produced in 2003. The Touran was designed based on the golf platform and features electromechanical steering.
The Nissan 350 Z was first introduced to the United States in 2002. For the 2006 model, the Nissan 350 Z featured an enhanced interior LED lights and speed-sensitive power steering.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is a sports sedan commonly known as Evo. The Evolution IX featured a 2.0L engine, five-speed manual and automatic transmission and a power output of 371PS.
The 1987 Buick GNX was manufactured by Buick in partnership with McLaren Performance Technologies. The car was built for the Grand National and was painted in all black. It featured a 276hp engine.
The Honda S2000 was manufactured from 1999 to 2009. The car was first introduced as a concept car at the 1995 Tokyo Motor Show. Designed as a two-door Roadster, the Honda S2000 featured a 2.0-liter engine.
One of the most popular Pony cars, the Ford Mustang was introduced in 1964. The 1967 model was produced during the first generation. The car featured a V8 engine three-speed automatic transmission and three- and four-speed manual transmission.
The 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro was produced from the years 1967 to 1969. The car featured a V8 engine, four-speed manual and three-speed automatic transmission. The Yenko Camaro was designed as a two-door coupe.
The ramp car is an off-road vehicle used to ramp other vehicles. Also called a flip car, the ramp car was built by Dennis McCarthy and featured a 480hp engine, four-wheel steering and V-drive transmission.
The Corvette Grand Sport was introduced in 1963 for racing purposes. The prototype was built using lightweight materials and featured a v8 engine. Today the 2019 Corvette Grand Sport features a 7-speed manual transmission.
The Jensen Interceptor was produced from the year 1966 to 1976. A grand touring car, the Jensen Interceptor was hand-built and featured Chrysler V8 engines.
The Dodge Charger was initially produced to compete in NASCAR races. The car was named Daytona after Daytona Beach, Florida, which was the venue for the Daytona 500 racing event. The 1969 model was the first of its generation.
The Gurkha, an off-roader manufactured by Force Motors, was designed based on the Mercedes G-Wagen. The Gurkha is sold as the Xpedition and Xplorer models.
As suggested by its name, an army tank is a weaponized vehicle used by the military. They feature a powerful engine, tracks and heavy armor.
The Eagle Speedster has received high praise in several reviews, being called the "most stunning car." Manufactured by the British company Eagle, the Eagle Speedster was designed based on the Jaguar E-Type.
The Lotus Elise is a two-door roadster manufactured by the British company Lotus Cars. The car was first produced in 1996 and is still in production.
The Italian company Pagani manufactures the Zonda. A mid-engine sports car, the Pagani Zonda was produced from 1999 to 2017. The car was designed as a two-door roadster.
A mid-engine sports car, the Ginetta was produced by the British company Ginetta Cars. The Ginetta G60 was built as a two-door coupe and featured a V6 engine and six-speed manual transmission.
Introduced in 1986, the BMW M5 is an enhanced version of the BMW 5 Series. The 2010 model features a seven-speed manual transmission and rear-wheel drive.