Nissan GT-R R35
The BenSopra GT-R R35 only makes a brief appearance at the end of the sixth Fast & Furious film, but thankfully it gets a much bigger role in the live show.
Inspired by the BenSopra car of the screen, this original run R35 is the car of choice for the show's leading lady, and comes with a couple of tricks up its sleeve – namely rear-wheel-drive and a rumoured 100 extra bhp.
No fewer than eight Dodge Chargers are featured in Fast & Furious Live, and this is our pick of the crop.
The car used in the show was actually a screen-used vehicle in the eighth Fast & Furious film, completing the jump in the action sequence in the film's final act.
It has a starring role in the live show's recreation of that scene in the capable hands of multiple British Mini racing champion Chris Knox.
Okay, so we might be cheating here by shoehorning four cars into one space on our list, but the LED cars are truly a sight to behold.
Put together by lighting wizards Feeding The Fish, the Honda S2000, Nissan Skyline GT-R R34, Toyota Supra, and Mazda RX-7 used in the show's Miami street race sequence are covered in 10,000 LEDs each to make, for all intents and purposes, a fleet of JDM televisions.
They have to been seen to be believed. They’re truly beautiful.
Toyota Supra Aerotop
One of the best replicas of the original Craig Lieberman hero car that has ever been produced. A painstaking attention to detail went into this recreation of a modern icon:
'We started out with a plain Toyota Supra. We set out to recreate that and even the paint on that car, I waited two weeks to get exactly the right paint codes. Normally people just paint it a Lamborghini orange but it actually has a different Lamborghini colour underneath it to make it pop so it really changes in different lights,' Fast & Furious Live car boss and lead driver Chris Burns told Motor1.com. 'Dennis McCarthy from Vehicle Effects in LA, who builds all the cars for the movies, tells me that's one of the very few cars that are absolutely accurate paint-wise.'
'We built that car ourselves. Some of the cars were outsourced, but we decided to keep that one in-house and build it ourselves which was great because it was a great amalgamation of everything and we did it at the office and it gave everyone in the office a bit of motivation because every time the guys were coming down and making a noise it was like "wow check out the Supra!"'
The Flip Car, otherwise known as the Ramp Car, from Fast & Furious 6 is quintessential Fast & Furious – loud, over-the-top, and a bit rough around the edges.
It looks like the cross between an F1 car and a bank vault and is powered by a 500bhp Chevrolet LS3 crate engine. It's also got rear steering (as well as front) which makes it quite a handful.
'It takes both hands at the same time, steering the rear axle with a joystick, and a wheel, if you go the wrong way, you're in a wall,' driver Chris Morena told Motor1.com. 'It does a 180 really quickly so it really took some practice and some focus; I have to think before I go out there.'
The car used in the show is one of only two that survived filming.