Fast & Furious – Supercharged

When The Fast and The Furious roared into theaters in 2001, it sent a shockwave of mixed feelings through Hollywood and the car tuning community with its over-the-top action, catchy one-liners and technical inaccuracies.

After 14 years and seven movies, the franchise has now become a billion dollar global phenomenon, and there are no plans to let off the throttle.

Fast & Furious - Supercharged

Taking the adrenaline-filled adventure beyond theater screens, Universal Studios Hollywood recently opened their latest attraction, Fast & Furious – Supercharged, an immersive, hydraulic motion-based grand finale for their legendary Studio Tour.

Some of the film’s stars and cars gathered on the world-famous Universal Studios backlot for an epic grand opening ceremony. As a film and automotive enthusiast, I never imagined that I would be this close to the action, but here I was, face to face with the actors that I grew up watching and admiring.

The charming and charismatic Vin Diesel.

The charming and charismatic Vin Diesel.

Tyrese Gibson

Tyrese Gibson

Jason Statham

Jason Statham

Dom's 1970 Charger

Dom’s 1970 Charger

Fast & Furious - Supercharged

Some of the cast, filmmakers and studio executives introduce the new ride.

Some of the cast, filmmakers and studio executives introduce the new ride.

Did you notice the FBI agent in the previous photo? Well, it all led to this:

For more details on the day’s events and impressions of the new ride, visit my full article HERE at 6SpeedOnline.

 

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