The Fast X-Film Cars

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The Fast X-Film Cars. The latest Fast and the Furious film, commonly known as ‘Fast X’, has made its UK debut on Sky Cinema. While most people are there to watch Vin Diesel, John Cena, and Jason Momoa battle it out on the streets of Rome, many are looking for the automobiles, and boy did we see some unique ones. After watching, re-watching, and analysing this film, we discovered a few prototypes that we hope will make it on official UK roadways.
Let’s look at the special Fast X Film Cars that made an appearance.

The Fast X-Film Cars

The new 2024 Delorean

Delorean, founded by John Delorean in late 1975, only manufactured one car and went bankrupt shortly thereafter. That being said, this one car, known as the DMC-12, became famous around the world after appearing as a significant part in Robert Zemeckis’ film ‘Back to the Future’. Delorean sold only 9,000 DMCs in total and has been under the radar ever since. Although these cars are known to be poorly built, drive like a sack of potatoes, and be extremely difficult to maintain, petrolheads have long desired to see the return of Delorean, and this could be just the teaser we needed.

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The Fast X-Film Cars

Gold Lamborghini Gallardo

Halfway through the film, we witness one of the protagonists driving through the streets of Rome in what appears to be a gold-painted 2003 Lamborghini Gallardo. For decades, these cars have been synonymous with Lamborghini, and they are still regarded as having one of the best-sounding V10 engines available. Many of these cars are currently listed on SwapAuto and Autotrader, with prices ranging from £60,000 to £80,000 depending on mileage.

The Fast X-Film Cars

2024 Dodge Charger Daytona Banshee SRT.

In true American form, no American vehicle picture is complete without a Dodge or Chevy, and the lead character, ‘Dominic Toretto’, was given the full treatment. Most people don’t realize that the 2024 Dodge Charger Daytona Banshee SRT is an all-electric muscle car. This is Dodge’s attempt to embrace new technologies and new rules surrounding EV vehicles while still demonstrating to enthusiasts that “they can still make cool cars”. The new EV is said to be faster and more efficient than traditional combustion vehicles, however… I believe we will leave it to our experts on the other side of the pond.

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The Fast X-Film Cars

2009 Porsche 911 GT3.

It’s difficult to tell from only a few short sequences, but the GT3 in Fast X appears to be a 2009 997 Gt3 model. This car is particularly striking when shown in its stunning factory ‘lizard green’ color. Whether you’re a Porsche fan or not, any petrolhead knows that Porsche’s GT products are nothing short of works of art, and they absolutely nailed the sound, iconic attitude, and presence of this car in real life and transferred it to the film.

The Fast X-Film Cars

Alfa Rameo GT2000

This is intriguing… what appears to be the original Alfa Romeo Gt2000 is actually a slight ‘kit car’ or ‘RestoMod’, if you will. Although the chassis is original, the car lacked the necessary power and agility for the specific sequences, thus the engine and gearbox were rebuilt. This Alfra is powered by a 2.3-litre Ford Ecoboost engine and a Mazda 6-speed manual transmission. The vehicle was modified in the UK by none other than Alfraholics of Somerset!

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Although many automobiles appear in the Fast X film and the Fast and Furious franchise, these are the ones that stand out to us! If you are interested in any of these or want to get yourself into a new car