Take a Good Look at the Cars Featured in Furious 7 Movie

Among the fans eager to see the trailer of Fast and Furious series’ latest installment, the petrol heads from Mighty Car Mods were the first ones to actually get a closer view of the 4-wheeled heroes featured in the movie. Marty and Moog got the chance to interview actress Jordana Brewster, director James Wan and, most important, the man who created the cars, Dennis McCarthy. Fans all over the country traveled to Los Angeles at Universal Studios headquarters last weekend, so they could see the official launch of Furious 7 trailer. Welcomed as the best of the series so far, car enthusiast all over the world payed closed attention to the great custom-built vehicles featured in the movie. Marty and Mog enjoyed the video as much as everybody else, but they also got to talk with the crew. Furious 7' director James Wan drives a Toyota Prius and a Tesla Model S
Dennis McCarthy is the man behind Furious 7's cars 1 photo
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While foxy Jordana Brewster encourages all the ladies out there to drive powerful cars and have fun, director James Wan admits he is rather a mild mannered guy that likes to keep things clean. After telling fans they should totally take advantage on modern filming technology and start experiencing themselves, Furious 7 director admitted he is rather a green-car driver as he owns a Prius and a Tesla.

However, the guys did get their auto-fun as they were lucky enough to actually see the vehicles from the movie on first hand. They visited the garage where the cars are being custom-build and interviewed Dennis McCarthy, the man who is behind the powerful machines.

Powerful cars chopped for the sake of the movies

Dennis has been a picture car & transportation coordinator over 10 years. His expertise, talent and professionalism has set new standards in the business. From specialized high-speed tracking vehicles to custom fabrications, the fellow is definitely the guy you want on set, whenever you're shooting car movies.

The venture starts with the presentation of half of a Nissan GT-R that starred in the movie and continues with the stories of chopping up beautiful vehicles just for the sake of the perfect angles. Without further intention to spoil the guys’ report, we’re just going to add that all the cars have fuel-injected, 500 horsepower motors, part of a standard power train McCarthy says he uses an all of the cars.


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