The Dodge Charger Daytona SRT and the DeLorean Alpha 5 will be featured in the upcoming Fast & Furious 10
Fast & Furious (A todo Gas) is one of the most popular movie sagas today and generally triumphs among young people thanks to that perfect combination of action and high-powered cars with tuning, which the first installment of the saga released 20 years ago was a real boom for modifying cars.
However, as every beginning has an end and this tenth installment will put an end to a saga that is followed by millions of people around the world. The release date for Fast & Furious 10 is initially set for 19 May 2023.
But this latest film of Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) will bring a very interesting aspect, especially for lovers of electric cars and is that they have been seen in the filming two electric cars that already we anticipate that leave no one indifferent.
The first is the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept, the first 100% electric Muscle Car that certainly fits perfectly with the taste and preferences of the protagonist of Fast & Furius 10, Dominic Toretto, who is a lover of American cars with big engines.
The other electric car that has also been seen in the filming is the impressive DeLorean Alpha5, an electric sports car that we have recently been able to see in person and we already know a lot of information about it.
In the following video you can see some shots captured by fans at the time of filming where you can see both vehicles.
At the moment it is unknown what level of prominence these two electric cars will have, but it would not be surprising if both play an important role in the end of this popular saga and if so, it will be a perfect nod to where the present and especially the future of the automotive industry is going.
In addition, this latest installment will feature one of the most fashionable actors, Jason Momoa, who has gained popularity after his appearance in the series Game of Thrones and later as the protagonist in the series See. Below you can see a trailer/preview of Fast X (Fast 10).
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