Jordana Brewster pays tribute to the movie franchise in the best way possible.
The Fast and Furious is one of the most successful movie franchises in Hollywood's long and illustrious history and has created legends not only of people but of cars too. The cast of this movie is well known: actors like Paul Walker shot to fame thanks to the series, and Vin Diesel continues to enjoy mass fame because of his bad-dad antics in the ensuing films. But the cars have always stolen the hearts and minds of fans worldwide, and it is great to see that these living legends are still being honored. Fast and Furious actress Jordana Brewster, known for her role as the sister of Dom Toretto (played by Vin Diesel), recently got married to financial executive Mason Morfit, and their wedding featured some of our most beloved cars from the movie franchise.
Brewster and her hubby drove the classic blue four-door 1994 Acura Integra featuring a complete JDM front-end swap. This car was famously used to show off Mia Toretto's (Brewster) driving skills to Brian O'Connor (Paul Walker) as she dropped him off at his place. Mia's Acura Integra featured a B18C engine fitted with mods such as an AEM cold air intake system, DC Sport headers, a DC Sport exhaust system, a GReddy/Trust engine oil cooler, Neuspeed yellow spark plug wires, an MSD 6A ignition unit, an AEM three millimeter overbore throttle body, and Neuspeed transmission short shifter.
The exterior featured a RS racing series ground effects kit, NATCC touring car wing with brake light, and front grill - all from Wings West, as well as Roar carbon fiber front air dam splitters. Unfortunately, the original version was destroyed in an accident shortly after the first movie was shot, but this replica did a great job of capturing the spirit of the original and will forever be tied with Brewster's character Mia. Eager fans also spotted two other cult classic cars from the movie series.
Dom Toretto's 1993 Mazda RX-7 from the first movie, in which Dom famously shifted about fifty times in one race was in attendance. This RX-7 features a Ported 13B-REW engine with 3mm Apex Seals, a Blitz BOV, a polished intake manifold, a Blitz SUS power air intake, custom inlet pipes, a Cosmo 20B fuel pump, and many more engine mods. The exterior of this classic beauty features a Veilside CII body kit and carbon fiber rear wing, an RE Amemiya "sleek light" kit, and Efini RX-7 tail lights. The second car on display was Mia's 2003 Honda NSX from the 2009 film Fast & Furious.
Seeing all these cars has us all feeling super nostalgic, and we're sure there will be bitter debates regarding which of these three cars would make it into the garage, but one thing is for certain: the Fast and Furious franchise is far from dead. Brewster is set to return for the next F&F film, Fast X, which will be released sometime in 2023. The grand finale of this seemingly immortal series is set to come out the year after Fast X and will see the return of Paul Walker from beyond the grave. #rippaulwalker