They show exotics like the new McLaren P1, Koenigsegg Agera R, the GTA Spano and even the mighty Bugatti Veyron Super Sport. In reality, most of them are likely cheap mockups of the real million-dollar toys, there to fool the eye into thinking they're the real deal. The photo we've discovered of the P1 shows it's clearly not the real deal, which is very disappointing, kind of like seeing Madonna put on her makeup before a concert.
There's also a mockup of the ultra-rare Lamborghini Sesto Elemento, of which only 22 will be built, but which hasn't even entered production yet.
We've also discovered a closeup photo of the yellow GTA Spano, which seems to be the real deal. Amusingly, this car has never been available in any NFS games, but for its movie debut, it decided to play a "Mendocino County Sheriff". It's even been decked out with police lights.
The idea of having fake supercars chasing each other with fame exhaust gasses added by the special effects guys added to make it look like they are going faster than they really are sounds juvenile. But maybe the movie will be better than we think, since Electronic Arts has all the visual effects experience in the world.
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