If you have recently seen Fast and Furious 7, or you are about to see it and you would like to get acquainted with the cars in the movie, you have come to the right place. Over the course of this article, we are going to be looking at some of the most impressive Fast and Furious 7 cars.
We figured that we would start off this list with the most expensive car that is shown in the movie. The Lykan Hypersport is produced by a Lebanese company with the help of French and Italian engineers, making it the first supercar that has been produced in the middle east.
Coming in at a whopping 3.4 million dollars, the Lykan Hypersport is one of the most expensive (and one of the rarest) cars in the world.
The manufacturer of this car (W motors) has decided to only produce seven examples of this exceptional vehicle, and only time will show what else they have in store.
1970 Dodge Charger R/T
Right up there with the Camaro, the GTO, and the Challenger, the Dodge Charger is one of the most famous examples of classic American muscle. This car has most famously appeared in the first movie, but it has also been present in two other films in the series, driven by Dom (Vin Diesel) every time.
Out of the Fast and Furious 7 cars on this list, either this model or the next entry on this list will be the most recognizable. These cars are recognizable for being impressive automotive achievements in their own right, but they are also forever linked with their characters.
1995 or 1998 Toyota Supra Mark IV
The sight of this car at the end of the movie was enough to make any longtime Fast and Furious fan tear up, especially after Paul Walker’s tragic death. In fact, the white Supra that is featured in the movie was one of Walker’s automobiles, bringing a whole new layer of meaning to Michael’s drive with Dom.
There is some debate among the automotive community that this particular Supra may have been a 1998 model, as Paul Walker owned two of them, one from 1995 and the other from 1998. Regardless, the Supra is still one of the most impressive Japanese imports around.
2014 Maserati Ghibli
While Maserati has long been known as a manufacturer of performance vehicles, the Ghibli was a bit of a surprising turn for the company.
The previous models of this vehicle have both been grand tourer coupes, so when Maserati announced this model as a four-door executive sedan, there was some confusion.
Thankfully, both on the silver screen, and off of it, the Maserati Ghibli has proved itself worthy of displaying that distinguished trident badge. In the film, the Ghibli is driven Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham).
Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (Armored)
This is a rather unique vehicle driven by Tej Parker (Ludacris) in the film. Unlike many of the other vehicles, that may feature minor alterations, you will find that this Jeep Wrangler is equipped with bullet-resistant glass and armor plating.
While these options are not available to the civilian market, you can still purchase one of the base models of these Jeeps. This vehicle is ideal for some of the off-road segments in the movie, where it would be hard to believe that a supercar that is barely a couple inches off the ground could even move.
2012 Nissan GT-R R35
Michael has long been acquainted with the Nissan GT-R, so it was only right to find him behind the wheel of one of the more recent models. Though the Skyline name has been dropped with the newest generation of this Japanese sports car, the GT-R is still a wildly capable vehicle.
Of all of the Fast and Furious 7 cars used in production, the blue GT-R is one of the most recognizable models due to its aftermarket carbon hood and a few other accessories. In fact, should you wish to see it, the vehicle is on display in a museum in Gatlinburg.