These Wild Renderings Modernize the Original Fast and Furious Cars
As the series lives on, so do the cars.
With Fate of The Furious
breaking records to mixed reviews, the not-done-yet series proves its enduring pop relevance. Even after eight episodes of the shanshy jam-packed action films, it has somehow became even more successful than ever. The original cars from the first Fast and Furious remain the most memorable, and thanks to CarKeys.co.uk, they've been re-imagined to fit next generation concept cars like the Toyota FT-1 and Mazda RX-Vision. Oh, and also the Dr. Strangelove-special Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross.
Each of the cars have the same liveries they did in the past, though they've all been updated to fit their newest iterations. The rendering crew whipped up several examples that perhaps look even better than they did before including Jesse's infamous Volkswagen Jetta. Another good one is the Dodge Charger Hellcat fitted with a black and grey color scheme and five spoke wheels, just like Dom's 1969 Charger from the series. Note the huge blower sticking out of the hood.
The oddball of the group the re-envisioned Mistubishi Eclipse. The once tuner-glorified street machine has now turned into a family-oriented crossover, but that didn't stop them from fitting it with all the body kits and styling to reminisce on the glory days of F&F.
The most radical may be the next generation Toyota Supra Concept. Painted with the same orange hue and bright decals, the FT-1 stands out with a huge chassis-mount wing out back. Though it's a little more stancey than the original street-racer, it still looks wicked.
Other cars include a continuation of Dom's Mazda RX-7 in the form of the next generation concept RX-Vision. They don't share a lot of resemblance beside the long snout and two door layout, the new car still looks striking.
What do you think of these creative renderings? Should the cars be brought back in this guise, or left to be remembered in their old-fashion design? You tell us here in the comment section or on our Facebook page!