All the cars from the F9 trailer — and how much it costs to blow ’em up

Forget cars. The Fast and Furious movies are about family.

Also barbecue and beer.

Ok, yes, they’re also about cars. Especially fast ones that blow up.

Since the new ‘F9’ trailer just dropped, we thought we’d pick out all the cars and see if we can figure out what it costs to fill the family garage.

Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Trackhawk: $90,000


The “Fast and the Furious” series usually loves custom vehicles that are impossible to put a price tag on, but this 707-horsepower Grand Cherokee Trackhawk can be picked up at your local Jeep dealer.

Dodge Charger Hellcat Widebody: $72,000

Ford Mustang Shelby GT350: $60,000

But after the new trailer’s family fun finishes, we get right into the action with Dom’s Dodge Charger Hellcat Widebody jousting with what appears to be a Ford Mustang Shelby GT350.

BMW 3-Series Police Car: $40,000

We only see Helen Mirren’s (!!!) car for a split second. That’s because it’s followed by U.K. police driving BMWs in hot pursuit.

And then Helen causes the cops to smash their BMWs into one another, like a boss. So much paperwork.

Not having to worry about pesky things like physics is de rigueur the series, but “F9” does take it to another level: They’ve installed some electromagnetic device in Dom’s 70’s Charger and it can suck enemy Chevrolet Silverados into it.

And then can also reverse the effect and launch those trucks off into oblivion. Cute.

Oh, they didn’t get launched into oblivion. Just into parked cars. Yeah, that’s gonna take some buffing out. Those custom trucks are at least $70,000 each.

Toyota Supra: $50,000

I don’t know what’s going on here, but somehow a Toyota Supra ($50k~) and Dom’s Charger manage to flip over this enormous armored road train tank thing because movie physics.

Later, the armored truck tank train thing gets flipped off a cliff... toward a plane? I don’t know how much it cost but I’m going to guess a lot.

Pontiac Fiero, with rockets attached: Priceless

And then, um, there’s this Pontiac Fiero with rockets on it that’s getting launched into space from a plane. I think. THE FASTEST AND FURIOUSEST.

Maybe it’s a movie prop kit car put together to look like a Fiero but IRL you can get a real nice one for anywhere from $10,000 to $30,000 (sans rockets).

How much did all the cars cost? At least $572,000 by our calculations.

But also probably way more than that because that truck train tank looked spendy. You can’t put a price on family, right?


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