Video: the next film “Fast & Furious” will go electric

An electric Dodge Charger has been seen on the set of the upcoming Fast & Furious movie, suggesting lead character Dom Toretto could get a new high-speed battery-powered vehicle.


Filming of the last part of the fast furious The film franchise began in Los Angeles, with two never-before-seen vehicles spotted on set.

Just two months after making its world debut, the electric Dodge Charger Daytona Concept SRT was captured on the spot for X fast, suggesting that protagonist Dominic Toretto (played by Vin Diesel) could trade in his 1970 Dodge Charger R/T for a battery.

YouTube channels ‘German in Venice’ and ‘Fast Family’ have released videos showing the electric Dodge Charger Daytona SRT concept driving off from the Angelino Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles after filming wrapped for the day.



One of the most famous cars in the film series, the old Charger is said to have produced 900 horsepower (671 kW) from its supercharged 7.0-liter “Hemi” V8 – although Dodge has yet to announce the power we can expect from the next Electric Charger’ eMuscle car.



x fast will be split into two parts, but both movies are supposed to shoot at the same time.

In June 2022, footage of some of the cars to be featured in the production was filmed at the Los Angeles airport, including a Datsun 240Z and a six-wheel ramp car.



While Bob’s Market – the Toretto family shop featured in the 2001 opening scene The fast and the furious – will also appear in the final film, Vin Diesel has previously hinted that Brian O’Conner could also make a return. Paul Walker, who played Brian O’Conner, was killed in a car accident in 2013.

x fast is set to hit theaters in 2023.



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