In the Fast and Furious franchise, Suki's Honda S2000 from 2 Fast 2 Furious isn't exactly the most well-known hero vehicle.
Although Suki's S2000 tops this ranking, Brian's Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R really outperforms it on the road.
The Fast and the Furious, which is the vehicle that solidifies the friendship between Brian and Dom at the conclusion of the first movie.
Its V8 is mid-engined, and the entire vehicle is extensively modified for ice driving.
With a weight of roughly 7,500kg, this V8-powered beast resembles an armoured troop transport more than a vehicle.
One of the Fast and Furious franchise's less well-liked entries may be Tokyo Drift.
There is little doubt that rallying is more often associated with a Ford Escort RS1600 than illegal street racing.
He triumphantly drives up to Tej Parker's garage in a Koenigsegg CCXR at the conclusion of Fast Five, claiming it to be the only one in the Western Hemisphere.