Fast and Furious 1993 Toyota Supra vs. 1970 Charger Drag Scene Gets GTA V Version

Fast and Furios Drag Race 1 photo
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Drag races - especially illegal ones carried out on the city streets - are like a drug for some drivers. Insert them as a pivotal part of a movie, and people might become obsessed with them.
So here we are, coming back to the Fast and Furious franchise, this time to witness what gaming skills can do in terms of recreating famous scenes from the movie.

OK, let's cut to the chase: someone recreated the Fast and Furious drag race using Grand Theft Auto 5's movie-making feature, and it's the best thing you can ever watch to start your week on a high.

We must tell you, the scene is recreated almost identically to what we were able to see in the movie, so there's no doubt those behind the video delivered a lot of hard work towards creating the clip. In fact, the caption mentions that "it's been a big project and a long time coming."

Sure, GTA V recreations of scenes from Fast and Furious are not something new, as we've all seen the tribute for Paul Walker morphing from heartbreaking movie scene to an even sadder 3D representation.

As you know, in the final scene of the Fast and the Furious, Brian O'Connor races Dominic Torreto in what will later become an epic battle between a Japanese tuner and an American muscle car.

But now, the 1993 Toyota Supra was pitted against the bone-crushing 1970 Charger using a video game, which takes the scene to a new level. Not to mention the one (or the ones) behind the video took their time to make it even better, by adding original sound from the movie, including engine sounds and the voices of the two actors.

And although the short-clip won't win any Academy Awards, you've got to appreciate the effort and the level of accuracy obtained by its makers.

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