Fast and Furious is one of the biggest movie franchises in Hollywood history. It seems to grow bigger each year, with brand-new movies being released time after time. One of the things we love about Fast and Furious is its blend of car racing, fantasy, and even action at times. Yes, the movie franchise is about street racing, but there are also elements of the plot, like The Italian Job or Top Gun. And no one does street racing better than Americans.
Cars have inspired many men to dream of speed, power, and adventure. We all dream of driving like Vin Diesel in a high-performance, sleek, and souped-up exotic. However, only a few have been able to make their dreams a reality.
Ever wondered what the most expensive vehicles in the Fast & Furious series are? You're not alone. We seriously put together a list of the most expensive cars shown in the movies and ranked their price tags accordingly. Enjoy!
1. 2013 Lykan Hypersport – $3,4000,000
2. 2010 Koenigsegg CCX-R – $3,000,000
3. Ferrari FXX – $2,600,000
4. 2011 Bugatti Veyron – $2,400,000
5. Eagle Speedster – $1,500,000
6. 1965 Ford GT40 – $500,000
7. 2011 Lexus LFA – $375,000
8. 2019 McLaren 720s – $315,000
9. 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro – $300,000
10. 2005 Aston Martin DB9 GT - $155,000
102005 Aston Martin DB9 GT
$155,000 | Furious 7
Aston Martin is famous for showing off their vehicles in the James Bond films, but the company also let one of their iconic cars grace the screen in 2015 with Furious 7. In this movie, Deckard Shaw drives a DB9 to confront Dominic Toretto in an underpass.
When they meet, Dom confronts Shaw with his iconic Dodge Charger, and they have a standoff. They then decide to crash head-on into one another and destroy both vehicles. It makes for an unfortunate end to Aston Martin's brief Fast and Furious career.
91969 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro
$300,000 | 2 Fast 2 Furious
Fast & Furious has featured some of America's greatest muscle cars, from Corvettes to Chargers and Mustangs. In the franchise's second film, 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003), we see Brian O'Conner driving a Chevrolet Yenko Camaro.
In the first appearance of the classic Chevy Yenko Camaro, rival driver Korpi uses it to try to win a challenge for drug lord Verone. Korpi loses but drives it again in a race later in the film against Brian. Brian, of course, wins and takes the car off Korpi's hands.
The Fast and Furious franchise's first spinoff, Hobbs and Shaw, was released in 2019. While most original cast members, like Vin Diesel, Tyrese Gibson, and Michelle Rodriguez, did not appear in it, the expensive cars certainly did.
The movie shows Deckard Shaw's McLaren 720s racing through the streets of Edinburgh. The car's incredible speed, maneuverability, and miraculous ability to fit Dwayne Johnson alongside two other people in such a small car are showcased in the scene.
Fast Five, the fifth film in the franchise, was the first to focus more on action-packed heists rather than simple street racing. The movie saw all of Dom's crew of characters from the previous films come together for a big heist in Rio.
The crew, of course, is successful, and each member gets a chance to show off their newly earned wealth. Han does this by showing off his brand-new Lexus LFA in one of the film's closing scenes.
The Lexus LFA and Ford GT40 are both impressive cars in Fast Five. However, the Ford GT40 is not just another fast classic car--it's an important plot device for the film. The car is stolen from infamous drug lord Hernan Reyes by Dom's crew. Mia drives the car back to Dom's hideout, and they discover a secret hidden within its entertainment system.
The car holds a chip embedded with directions to ten safe houses that are worth over $10 million. This launches the film's plot for Dom's crew to pull off their biggest heist yet.
In Fast & Furious 6, the Eagle Speedster makes a brief appearance. After the crew's BMW fails, Dom asks Tej and Hobbs to head to a nearby car auction and pick out some new cars to try and catch Owen Shaw.
When the auctioneer sees Tej and Hobbs arrive, he assumes they don't have enough money for the cars because of the way they're dressed. However, he's embarrassed when Tej and Hobbs purchase every vehicle in the auction--including the Eagle Speedster.
42011 Bugatti Veyron
$2,400,000 | Furious 7
In the 2015 film Furious 7, the Bugatti Veyron made a brief but notable appearance. This car is one of the most expensive ever featured in the series and is surely an eye-catcher. The iconic Bugatti is driven by Tyrese Gibson's character Roman when the crew arrives in Abu Dhabi.
This Bugatti is actually the fastest car ever shown in any Fast and Furious movie. But, unfortunately, it doesn't get to show its full potential and is only seen in one scene of The Furious 7.
$2,600,000 | Furious 6
One of the rarest cars ever shown in the Fast saga is the Ferrari FXX. It's a unique car because it was built for track driving only, unlike most of Ferrari's other supercars, which are built for both street and track use.
The car is briefly seen at the beginning of Fast & Furious 6 in a scene set at Tej's place in Costa Rica. It has a 6262 cc V12 engine and reaches 0-60 mph in 2.77 seconds, making it one of the fastest cars in the world. But, unsurprisingly, it's not street-legal, and there are only a handful of these cars in existence.
In the final moments of Fast Five, the crew is getting back together after pulling off their biggest heist yet. Roman shows up in a Koenigsegg CCX-R and brags about how he has the only one in the Western Hemisphere.
Just moments later, Tej pulls up in the same car. Roman is embarrassed at first, but then he embraces the idea and agrees to "shine together" with Tej.
12013 Lykan Hypersport
$3,4000,000 | Furious 7
The seventh installment of the Fast and Furious franchise features the most expensive car in the series: the Lykan Hypersport. In the film, Dom and Brian O'Conner are tasked with retrieving a microchip from the supercar while it's stationed at the Etihad Towers in Dubai.
The retrieval takes longer than expected, and Dom and Brian have to drive the car through the building while Brian tries to get the chip out. They end up flying through three separate skyscrapers before jumping out of the three just as their car falls to its death.
The Bottom Line
Fast & Furious is one of the most successful movie franchises in history, but we lost a true franchise star thanks to a tragic accident. Paul Walker, who played Brian O'Conner in the movie series, died in a car crash after his Porsche Carrera GT crashed into trees alongside a charity event he attended in Valencia, California.
The newest entry in the "Fast and Furious" franchise, "Fast and Furious 10," will debut in theaters on May 19, 2023. Unfortunately, while fans can look forward to seeing plenty of action, it may also be the last film in the series.