Fast cars? Illegal street races? International crime? Huge explosions? 30 questions? Yeah, this 'Fast & Furious' quiz has it all! Give it a spin to see how much you know about the movie series.
The Charger is destroyed by the end of the movie.
Toretto's Market is where Brian first meets Mia.
Brian is a fugitive at the beginning of the movie because of his criminal record, which the FBI promises to wipe clean if he helps them.
Letty's death and subsequent return is an ongoing plot element in the later "Fast & Furious" movies.
They escape to Rio while being pursued by law enforcement.
The vault-dragging stunt is a highlight of the entire series.
Letty's amnesia causes her to forget about Dom and work with Shaw.
Deckard is an assassin seeking vengeance for his brother Owen.
They name their son Jack.
Once Shaw is dealt with, Brian, Mia and Jack can finally settle down to a life without car chases or insane heists.
The God's Eye allows Dom to find Deckard Shaw.
Sean uses the Mustang to fend off Takashi's aggressive driving.
Jakande's grenade/helicopter death might seem improbable, but seven movies into the series, is it really?
The final confrontation happens in the drug tunnels.
Shaw's crew is stealing components to build the Nightshade device.
Brian and Roman carry Verone's money around for much of the movie, so they have plenty of opportunity to grab some.
Destroying Han's car places Sean in Han's debt.
There is also a real-world event called Race Wars, which is definitely not the best name for any kind of event.
He lets them escape with a 24-hour head start, as long as they leave the money (which they steal anyway).
Dom's challenge at the end (along with Han's death) places "Tokyo Drift" after "Furious 6" in the series' chronology.
The mysterious Mr. Nobody sets the plot in motion.
Again with the Race Wars.
Dom and Letty race in London, though it doesn't bring her memory back.
Shaw is a former SAS agent.
Brian is an undercover LAPD officer trying to stop a series of truck hijackings.
The GT40 is stolen from a moving train.
Brian takes his street name from the classic Steve McQueen movie "Bullitt."
Dom is headed to prison when the movie ends, though his crew appears ready to spring him.
Brian blows his cover to save Vince.
Dom's Chevelle makes a comeback (though modified) in "Fast & Furious."