Hot Wheels Fast and Furious Guide [Updated For 2023]

Dive into the thrilling intersection of automotive marvels and cinematic sensations with a deep dive into the history of Hot Wheels Fast and Furious cars. Since their inception, these miniature replicas have captured the high-octane spirit of the iconic film franchise, delighting both collectors and fans alike. From Dom’s iconic Charger to Brian’s sleek Supra, these diminutive die-cast vehicles encapsulate the adrenaline-pumping essence of the movies. Join us as we journey through the evolution of Fast and Furious Hot Wheels, providing you with a comprehensive list of every model that has scorched its way into our collections and hearts. For me personally, I enjoy collecting the Fast and Furious vehicles even more than Treasure Hunts.

We are going to break our comprehensive guide down by each series. This is a HUGE resource. Please use the Table of Contents below to jump directly to a section.

Complete Hot Wheels Fast and Furious Cars List

Basic Hot Wheels Fast and Furious Sets

Under the banner of Basic Hot Wheels Fast and Furious sets, collectors and enthusiasts can find an array of die-cast vehicles that epitomize the spirit of the beloved film series. These sets offer a curated selection of cars, each meticulously designed to mirror their cinematic counterparts. Ideal for both novice collectors and die-hard fans, these basic sets serve as the perfect entry point into the world of Fast and Furious Hot Wheels, offering a taste of the high-octane adventure and intricate detailing that the brand is celebrated for.

2013

In 2013, the realms of die-cast collectibles and the Fast and Furious franchise converged with the debut of the first Hot Wheels Fast and Furious set. Comprising 8 detailed vehicles, this collection encapsulated the adrenaline-charged essence of the movies. Making its exclusive entry into Walmart stores, the set quickly became a sought-after treasure for both collectors and movie fans. This release not only underscored Hot Wheels’ dedication to craftsmanship but also ignited a passion for a series that resonated with enthusiasts globally.

  • ’70 Dodge Charger R/T (1/8)
  • Toyota Supra (2/8)
  • Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 (3/8)
  • ’67 Ford Mustang (4/8)
  • ’70 Chevelle SS (5/8)
  • 2009 Nissan GT-R (6/8)
  • ’08 Dodge Challenger SRT8 (7/8)
  • ’11 Dodge Charger R/T (8/8)

2014

In 2014, Hot Wheels once again captured the high-octane world of the Fast and Furious with a new set that paid homage to the revered 2013 collection. While carrying forward the meticulous detailing of the previous year, this set introduced two distinct additions that caught the eye of aficionados: the vibrant purple 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona and the sleek ’72 Ford Gran Torino Sport. These vehicles, laden with cinematic and automotive significance, brought a fresh allure to the collection, making the 2014 set a sought-after ensemble for both seasoned collectors and new enthusiasts.

  • ’70 Dodge Charger R/T (1/8)
  • Toyota Supra (2/8)
  • Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 (3/8)
  • ’67 Ford Mustang (4/8)
  • ’72 Ford Gran Torino Sport (5/8)
  • ’08 Dodge Challenger SRT8 (6/8)
  • ’11 Dodge Charger R/T (7/8)
  • ’69 Dodge Charger Daytona (8/8)

2015

2015 marked another exhilarating chapter in the saga of Hot Wheels Fast and Furious collections. That year’s set introduced an eclectic mix of four new castings, reflecting the diverse automotive spirit of the movie franchise. Fans reveled in the sleek design of the Nissan 350Z, the timeless elegance of the Buick Grand National, the raw power of the Subaru WRX STI, and the legendary speed of the Ford GT40. Each vehicle, intricately modeled and crafted, stood as a testament to the series’ blend of cinematic thrill and automotive artistry, making the 2015 collection an unmissable treasure for die-cast enthusiasts and movie buffs alike.

  • ’69 Dodge Charger Daytona (1/8)
  • ’94 Toyota Supra (2/8)
  • ’70 Dodge Charger R/T (3/8)
  • ’72 Ford Gran Torino Sport (4/8)
  • Nissan 350Z (5/8)
  • Buick Grand National (6/8)
  • Subaru WRX STI (7/8)
  • Ford GT40 (8/8)

2016

The 2016 edition of the Hot Wheels Fast and Furious set brought a mix of the familiar and the fresh. While it celebrated seven returning favorites from previous collections, offering collectors another chance to relive the series’ iconic moments, it also introduced a standout addition: Suki’s Honda S2000. This particular vehicle, with its vibrant design and cinematic significance, added a unique flair to the set. A perfect blend of nostalgia and novelty, the 2016 collection catered to both long-time enthusiasts keen on revisiting cherished models and those eager to embrace the new, epitomizing the enduring appeal of the Fast and Furious series in die-cast form.

  • ’94 Toyota Supra (1/8)
  • Honda S2000 (2/8)
  • ’67 Ford Mustang (3/8)
  • ’70 Chevelle SS (4/8)
  • Ford GT40 (5/8)
  • ’08 Dodge Challenger SRT8 (6/8)
  • ’69 Dodge Charger Daytona (7/8)
  • ’70 Dodge Charger R/T (8/8)

2017

2017 ushered in a wave of novelty for Hot Wheels Fast and Furious aficionados. This year’s set was a treasure trove of new additions, each meticulously crafted to reflect their cinematic counterparts. Particularly eye-catching were the Porsche 911 GT3 RS, a stunning embodiment of the vehicular action from “Fast Five,” and the rugged ’70 Ford Escort RS1600, which roared to fame in “Fast & Furious 6.” Notably, fans also observed a switch in the S2000 line-up; Suki’s iconic pink version made way for Johnny Tran’s sleek black S2000, further diversifying the collection. The 2017 set, with its fresh additions and nods to the franchise’s evolving history, was a testament to the enduring allure of the Fast and Furious universe in miniature form.

  • Honda S2000 (1/8)
  • Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 (2/8)
  • ’70 Plymouth Road Runner (3/8)
  • Porsche 911 GTS RS (4/8)
  • Corvette Grand Sport Roadster (5/8)
  • ’70 Ford Escort RS1600 (6/8)
  • ’94 Toyota Supra (7/8)
  • Subaru WRX STI (8/8)

2018

The 2018 Hot Wheels Fast and Furious collection marked a departure from tradition, presenting collectors with a curated set of six cars, as opposed to the usual eight. This compact ensemble, however, was by no means short on excitement or novelty. Making their grand debut was the 2009 Nissan GTR, a modern symbol of speed and design prowess, alongside the breathtaking Lamborghini Murciélago, embodying the luxury and power synonymous with the brand. This streamlined collection emphasized quality and iconic representation, ensuring that even with fewer cars, the essence of the Fast and Furious franchise remained as potent as ever, capturing the hearts of both seasoned collectors and new fans.

  • Honda S2000 (1/6)
  • ’70 Chevelle SS (2/6)
  • Ford GT-40 (3/6)
  • Nissan Skyline (4/6)
  • 2009 Nissan GT-R (5/6)
  • Lamborghini Murciélago (6/6)

2019

The 2019 Hot Wheels Fast and Furious collection continued the trend of releasing a focused set of six cars, but what it may have lacked in quantity, it more than compensated in diversity and sheer vehicular allure. This year, enthusiasts were treated to the debut of four standout vehicles, each iconic in its own right. The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution sprinted in with its rally pedigree, the Monte Carlo showcased its muscle car lineage, the Nissan 370Z zoomed in flaunting its modern sports car prowess, and the classic Chevy Impala rolled in, oozing style from every angle. This curated ensemble of cars, each echoing a distinct facet of the Fast and Furious universe, ensured that the 2019 collection was an unforgettable addition to the shelves of collectors and fans alike.

  • Buick Grand National (1/6)
  • ’95 Mazda RX-7 (2/6)
  • Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution (3/6)
  • ’70 Monte Carlo (4/6)
  • Nissan 370Z (5/6)
  • ’61 Chevrolet Impala (6/6)

2020

2020 saw another evolution in the Hot Wheels Fast and Furious series, with the collection being streamlined further to just five cars. However, the reduced number didn’t detract from the excitement, as each of the vehicles was making its debut in the series. Topping the list for many, including myself, was the McLaren 720S, a marvel of modern engineering and design that captured the essence of speed and luxury. Close on its heels was the Mercedes AMG GT, encapsulating a perfect blend of performance and elegance, and the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560, a symbol of the Italian brand’s audacious design and power. This year, every model in the collection was not just a car, but a statement, underlining the series’ continued commitment to bringing the best of the automotive world to the fingertips of collectors.

  • ’15 Mercedes AMG GT (1/5)
  • Nissan 370Z (2/5)
  • McLaren 720S (3/5)
  • Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 (4/5)
  • ’69 Ford Torino Talladega (5/5)

2021

In 2021, the Hot Wheels Fast and Furious collection took a tantalizing turn, embracing not only real-world automotive marvels but also delving into the realm of cinematic “fantasy” vehicles. Leading this year’s five-car ensemble was the Ice Charger from “The Fate of the Furious.” As a “fantasy” casting, it encapsulated the film’s blend of reality and spectacle, offering fans a tangible piece of the movie’s adrenaline-charged narrative. Complementing this bold inclusion was the sleek Plymouth GTX, also from “The Fate of the Furious,” a testament to classic muscle melded with modern cinematic flair. This mix of fantasy and authenticity made the 2021 set a dynamic addition, catering to the diverse tastes of Fast and Furious enthusiasts.

  • Dodge Challenger Drift Car (1/5)
  • Ice Charger (2/5)
  • Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 (3/5)
  • ’71 Plymouth GTX (4/5)
  • Corvette Grand Sport (5/5)

2023

In 2023, after a brief hiatus, the Hot Wheels Fast and Furious collection made a grand resurgence. Veering away from the smaller sets of previous years, this release boasted a generous lineup of 10 cars, celebrating the illustrious legacy of the franchise. Each vehicle in the collection was meticulously selected to represent an iconic car from each of the ten Fast and Furious films, offering fans a holistic journey through two decades of cinematic automotive brilliance. This collection wasn’t merely a set of die-cast models; it was a tribute to the franchise’s enduring impact on car culture and cinema. The absence of new castings in 2022 only heightened the anticipation, making the 2023 collection a sought-after treasure for collectors and enthusiasts around the globe.

  • ’95 Mitsubishi Eclipse (1/10)
  • ’70 Dodge Hemi Challenger (2/10)
  • Nissan Silvia S15 (3/10)
  • ’72 Gran Turino Sport (4/10)
  • Toyota Supra (5/10)
  • ’70 Ford Escort RS1600 (6/10)
  • ’70 Dodge Charger Off Road (7/10)
  • Ice Charger (8/10)
  • ’20 Jeep Gladiator (9/10)
  • ’20 Dodge Charger Hellcat (10/10)

Premium Hot Wheels Fast and Furious Sets

2019

Fast Imports

In 2019, Hot Wheels showcased its dedication to quality and intricate detailing with the release of the Fast Imports set under the premium Fast and Furious line. Comprising five exceptionally crafted cars, this ensemble was a nod to die-hard fans who appreciate the nuances of automotive design and cinematic significance. A standout in the collection was Han’s S15, fondly nicknamed the “Mona Lisa.” This vehicle, with its meticulous design and homage to a pivotal moment in the film series, was not just a die-cast car but a tangible representation of the franchise’s soul. The premium nature of the Fast Imports set elevated the collectible experience, merging the worlds of cinematic art and automotive precision in a way that only Hot Wheels could master.

  • Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 (1/5)
  • Nissan Silvia S15 (2/5)
  • ’70 Ford Escort RS1600 (3/5)
  • Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera (4/5)
  • Nissan Skyline GT-R R32 (5/5)

Original Fast

The 2019 “Original Fast” premium set by Hot Wheels was a heartfelt ode to the roots of the Fast and Furious saga. Each of the five cars within the set resonated with the raw, street racing spirit that marked the franchise’s inception. Of particular note was Brian’s green Eclipse — a car forever etched in the memories of fans, thanks to its iconic appearance in the opening scenes of the first movie. Complementing its legendary status was the introduction of Jesse’s Mk3 Jetta, a vehicle that hadn’t graced the Hot Wheels Fast and Furious collections until then. This set wasn’t just about showcasing cars; it was a tribute to the very essence of the series, inviting collectors to take a nostalgic ride through the streets where it all began.

  • Nissan 240SX (1/5)
  • ’95 Mitsubishi Eclipse (2/5)
  • ’95 Mazda RX-7 (3/5)
  • Volkswagen Jetta MK3 (4/5)
  • Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 (5/5)

1/4 Mile Muscle

The 2019 “1/4 Mile Muscle” premium set from Hot Wheels was a roaring tribute to the heart and soul of American automotive prowess. Eschewing the imports that have often shared the spotlight in the Fast and Furious series, this collection was an unadulterated celebration of all-American muscle. Each of the cars in this set was a testament to the raw power, aggressive design, and unparalleled spirit that American muscle cars represent. Among these heavy hitters, the ’77 Pontiac Firebird T/A stood out, not just for its iconic design and cinematic significance, but also as a personal favorite. Its distinct lines, powerful stance, and the essence of freedom it encapsulates made it a shining star in a lineup already filled with legends. This set wasn’t merely a collection; it was a salute to the indomitable spirit of American motoring.

  • 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS (1/5)
  • 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS (2/5)
  • ’77 Pontiac Firebird T/A (3/5)
  • ’67 Chevrolet Camaro (4/5)
  • ’69 Ford Mustang Boss 302 (5/5)

Furious Off-Road

The 2019 “Furious Off-Road” premium set from Hot Wheels ventured into rugged terrains, embracing the wilder side of the Fast and Furious franchise. Distinct from the sleek racers and muscle giants previously showcased, this collection celebrated the adrenaline rush of off-road adventures. Each vehicle in the set was not only equipped with detailed designs but also boasted large, authentic “real rider” off-road tires, making them look every bit ready to conquer challenging terrains. This set was a testament to the diverse automotive experiences that the movie series has ventured into, ensuring that fans and collectors had a piece of every thrilling moment. From sandy dunes to rocky trails, the “Furious Off-Road” collection was a nod to the daredevil spirit of off-road racing in the cinematic universe.

  • Impreza WRX STI (1/5)
  • ’91 Mercedes-Benz G-Class (2/5)
  • Land Rover Defender 110 Hard Top (3/5)
  • ’67 Off Road Camaro (4/5)
  • Hummer H1 (5/5)

Fast Rewind

The “Fast Rewind” premium set, released by Hot Wheels in 2019, took enthusiasts on a nostalgic journey through the golden era of Japanese automotive craftsmanship. Comprising five early model JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) castings, the collection was a testament to the enduring influence and beauty of Japanese car culture in the Fast and Furious saga. Each model was painstakingly detailed, echoing the finesse and innovation that Japanese manufacturers have been renowned for. More than just a set of cars, “Fast Rewind” was a timeline, tracing back to the roots of JDM legends and celebrating the symbiosis between Japanese automotive artistry and the adrenaline-pumping world of street racing portrayed in the franchise. For fans and collectors, it was a slice of automotive history brought to life in miniature form.

  • Mazda RX-3 (1/5)
  • Nissan Skyline C210 (2/5)
  • Nissan Skyline HT 2000GT-X (3/5)
  • Nissan Fairlady Z (4/5)
  • Nissan Silvia CSP311

2020

Fast Tuners

The 2020 “Fast Tuners” premium set from Hot Wheels was a symphony of speed, style, and street credibility, paying homage to some of the most iconic tuner cars featured in the Fast and Furious series. Consisting of five intricately crafted models, this collection represented the fusion of raw power with the art of modification. A standout in this set, and a personal favorite, was the 2006 Subaru STI, as seen in “The Fate of the Furious.” Its design, combined with the car’s legendary status among automotive enthusiasts, perfectly captured the spirit of tuner culture. Through “Fast Tuners,” Hot Wheels celebrated not just vehicles, but the passion and craftsmanship behind them, making this collection a must-have for aficionados of the tuner world and the cinematic universe alike.

  • Mazda RX-7 FD (1/5)
  • Nissan Silvia S15 (2/5)
  • Nissan 240SX S14 (3/5)
  • Honda Civic EG (4/5)
  • 2016 Subaru WRX STI (5/5)

Motor City Muscle

The “Motor City Muscle” premium set, launched by Hot Wheels in 2020, was a bold nod to the indomitable spirit of American automotive might. The collection saluted the raw power and engineering excellence that defines Motor City, giving enthusiasts a curated selection of vehicles that scream power and performance. A notable introduction in this collection was the red Ford F-150 Lightning. What made it truly unique was its audacious “Racers Edge” decals adorning the sides, embodying a combination of strength, speed, and style. This set wasn’t just about cars; it was a journey into the heart of American motor history. Through the “Motor City Muscle” collection, Hot Wheels showcased iconic vehicles that resonate with both the Fast and Furious legacy and the timeless allure of American automotive craftsmanship.

  • Ford F-150 SVT Lightning (1/5)
  • ’72 Ford Gran Torino Sport (2/5)
  • ’87 Buick Grand National GNX (3/5)
  • ’66 Chevy Nova (4/5)
  • ’61 Impala (5/5)

Full Force

In 2020, Hot Wheels’ “Full Force” collection roared onto the scene, echoing the adrenaline and legacy of the Fast and Furious saga. A highlight of this set was the stunning blue Jaguar XE SV Project car, a gem from “Fast 9,” representing the blend of luxury and speed that has come to symbolize the franchise’s newer entries. Every curve and color of the die-cast model captured the sheer power and elegance of its full-sized counterpart. Complementing this modern marvel was the return of a legend: Dom’s iconic ’70 Charger R/T. This vehicle, with its muscular stance and rich history within the series, served as a reminder of the roots of the Fast saga and the enduring allure of classic muscle. Together, the vehicles in the “Full Force” set offered fans a mix of the franchise’s evolving vehicular tapestry, from its early days to its contemporary chapters.

  • ’95 Mazda RX-7 (1/5)
  • ’17 Acura NSX (2/5)
  • ’71 Plymouth GTX (3/5)
  • Jaguar XE SV Project 8 (4/5)
  • ’70 Dodge Charger R/T (5/5)

Quick Shifters

The 2020 “Quick Shifters” set from Hot Wheels provided a thrilling blend of automotive legends and modern masterpieces, perfectly encapsulating the spirit of the Fast and Furious franchise. Among the lineup, two fresh castings captured the attention of enthusiasts and collectors alike. First, the 2003 Honda NSX, a Japanese marvel, with its sleek design and renowned performance, showcased the pinnacle of JDM engineering and aesthetics. Complementing this modern icon was the classic ’70 Plymouth Cuda, a true embodiment of American muscle, resonating with raw power and a storied legacy. Together, these vehicles showcased the diverse automotive influences that the Fast saga has embraced over the years. The “Quick Shifters” set was more than just a collection; it celebrated the fusion of design, history, and power that has captivated fans across the globe.

  • Honda S2000 (1/5)
  • Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 (2/5)
  • 2003 Honda NSX Type-R (3/5)
  • ’70 Plymouth AAR Cuda (4/5)
  • ’65 Corvette Stingray Coupe (5/5)

2021

Euro Fast

The 2021 “Euro Fast” collection by Hot Wheels marked a distinctive chapter in the Hot Wheels Fast and Furious series, paying homage to Europe’s illustrious automotive contributions. This five-car ensemble introduced enthusiasts to a quartet of new castings that beautifully encapsulated European elegance and performance. The iconic British grandeur of the Aston Martin DB5 was unmissable, paired seamlessly with the aggressive allure of the Italian Lamborghini Aventador Coupé. Completing the European tour, Germany’s engineering prowess was on full display with both the E36 and E46 BMW M3 variants. Each vehicle in this set not only celebrated its individual legacy but also reinforced the global appeal of the Hot Wheels Fast and Furious range, bringing together cinematic excitement and automotive excellence.

  • Aston Martin DB5 (1/5)
  • McLaren 720S (2/5)
  • Lamborghini Aventador Coupé (3/5)
  • BMW M3 E36 (4/5)
  • BMW M3 E46 (5/5)

Fast Stars

The 2021 “Fast Stars” set by Hot Wheels was an exhilarating ride down memory lane, pulling together a medley of iconic vehicles from across the Fast and Furious cinematic universe. In this distinguished lineup, the debut of the Lykan HyperSport from “Furious 7” took center stage. With its sharp design and undeniable presence, it’s no wonder it made such an unforgettable skyscraper exit in the film. And now, with a touch of Hot Wheels magic and perhaps a slight disregard for the laws of physics, it leapt from towering heights straight into your collection. You might say it’s the only car that can truly make a “high-rise” entrance! The “Fast Stars” set celebrated not just the vehicles, but also the unforgettable stunts and moments that have defined the franchise.

  • Mitsubishi Eclipse (1/5)
  • ’92 Ford Mustang (2/5)
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee – Trackhawk (3/5)
  • Dodge Charger (4/5)
  • W Motors Lykan HyperSport (5/5)

Fast Superstars

The 2021 “Fast Superstars” collection from Hot Wheels was a masterful blend of cinematic brilliance and automotive artistry, capturing the heart and soul of the Fast and Furious films. Among the lineup, the true standout was the debut of the Toyota GR Supra. Fresh from its exhilarating scenes in F9, this casting captured the modern design, performance prowess, and heritage of the iconic Supra lineage. Its inclusion in the “Fast Superstars” set not only celebrated its role in the latest film installment but also marked its esteemed position in the broader car enthusiast community. With this set, Hot Wheels once again bridged the gap between reel life and real passion, offering fans and collectors a tangible piece of the high-octane world they adore.

  • Nissan Skyline GTR R34 (1/5)
  • ’70 Chevelle SS (2/5)
  • ’70 Dodge Charger (3/5)
  • ’70 Chevy Nova SS (4/5)
  • Toyota GR Supra (5/5)

Furious Fleet

The 2021 “Furious Fleet” collection by Hot Wheels was an ode to some of the most memorable vehicles from the Fast and Furious universe. Among the array of impressive cars, the return of Johnny Tran’s black S2000 was particularly noteworthy. Though not its debut in the collection, this specific casting still holds a special place, resonating deeply with fans and especially those with personal ties to the model. For aficionados like yourself, who’ve had the privilege of owning two S2000s in the past, Johnny Tran’s iconic car serves as a delightful trip down memory lane. The “Furious Fleet” set not only celebrates the movies’ automotive icons but also the personal connections and memories enthusiasts have forged with these incredible machines over the years.

  • Honda S2000 (1/5)
  • Custom Mustang (2/5)
  • Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody (3/5)
  • Jeep Gladiator (4/5)
  • Land Rover Defender 90 (5/5)

The Racer’s Edge Premium 5-Pack

The “Racer’s Edge” premium 5-pack released by Hot Wheels marked a significant milestone for the Fast and Furious franchise’s collectible range. In a first-of-its-kind format, this collection bundled together five iconic vehicles into one exclusive package, providing collectors with a treasure trove of automotive brilliance. From the sleek ’95 RX-7, synonymous with power and agility, to the unmistakable orange glow of the Toyota Supra, every car in this ensemble carried a legacy. The inclusion of the revered “Mona Lisa” Nissan S15 added an artistic touch, while the ’70 Escort RS1600 paid tribute to the fusion of classic design and performance. Rounding off the set was the ’61 Impala, bringing with it a touch of timeless elegance. The “Racer’s Edge” 5-pack was more than just a collection; it was an anthology of some of the most memorable moments and machines from the Fast and Furious universe.

  • ’95 Mazda RX-7
  • Toyota Supra
  • Nissan Silvia S15
  • ’70 Ford Escort RS1600
  • ’61 Impala

2023

Release 1

After a noticeable hiatus in 2022, the Hot Wheels Fast and Furious collection made a triumphant return in 2023 with its first release, aptly reminding fans of the franchise’s enduring appeal. This comeback was heralded with a duo of exceptional vehicles. The Porsche 718 GT4 made its debut in the collection, showcasing the sleek design and racing prowess synonymous with Porsche’s legacy. Accompanying this modern marvel was an R34 Skyline, not just any Skyline, but one donning a livery unmistakably inspired by the iconic orange Supra from the original Fast and Furious movie. It was a harmonious blend of two legends, embodying both nostalgia and innovation and serving as a testament to the series’ ability to continually captivate and innovate for its global fanbase.

  • Mazda RX-7 FD (1/5)
  • 1967 Chevy Camaro Offroad (2/5)
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk (3/5)
  • Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 (4/5)
  • Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 (5/5)

Release 2

In the second release of 2023, the Hot Wheels Fast and Furious series continued to impress and captivate with its impeccable attention to detail and celebration of automotive legends. A notable highlight from this drop was the debut of the ’69 Chevy Camaro, paying homage to its appearance in “2 Fast 2 Furious”. While whispers in the enthusiast community hinted at it being a Yenko Camaro, the mystique only added to its allure. Yet, for some aficionados, including yourself, the true star of the set was the rugged and timeless ’71 Plymouth GTX. With its classic design and powerful presence, it serves as a nostalgic nod to the era of true muscle cars. This release beautifully encapsulated the diversity and depth of vehicles that have graced the silver screen throughout the Fast and Furious saga.

  • 1969 Chevy Camaro (1/5)
  • Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60 (2/5)
  • W Motors Lykan HyperSport (3/5)
  • 1971 Plymouth GTX (4/5)
  • Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody (5/5)

Release 3

The third release of 2023 in the Hot Wheels Fast and Furious collection brought with it a wave of nostalgia and a notable first for die-cast enthusiasts. Mia’s Integra from the inaugural Fast and Furious movie made its debut, but what truly set this casting apart was its unique design. For the first time ever, Hot Wheels rolled out a 4-door Integra GSR, a departure from the more typical 2-door models often seen in their collections. This addition was more than just a tribute to Mia’s iconic ride; it showcased Hot Wheels’ commitment to authenticity and its ongoing effort to diversify its lineup. Fans and collectors alike celebrated this blend of cinematic homage and die-cast innovation, making release 3 a standout in an already stellar year.

  • Custom Acura Integra Sedan GSR (1/5)
  • 1999 Nissan Maxima (2/5)
  • BMW M3 (E46) (3/5)
  • Custom Mustang (4/5)
  • Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA (5/5)

Fast and Furious Premium Multipack 1

2023 marked another significant milestone in the Hot Wheels Fast and Furious collection with the unveiling of the first premium multipack, consolidating five iconic vehicles into a single, impressive bundle. While each car within this pack wasn’t making its debut appearance, the collective set spoke volumes about the franchise’s rich automotive legacy. Bundling these previously released castings together provided both seasoned collectors and new enthusiasts a golden opportunity to own a slice of Fast and Furious history without the hunt of piecing each car individually. This pack not only celebrated the storied journey of the film series but also underscored Hot Wheels’ dedication to making collector favorites accessible and celebrated in new ways.

  • ’70 Chevelle SS
  • Nissan Skyline GT-R (BNR34)
  • Lykan HyperSport
  • ’19 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk
  • ’21 Toyota GR Supra

Fast and Furious Premium Multipack 2

The second multipack bundle of 2023 from Hot Wheels’ Fast and Furious line took a distinct route, focusing exclusively on American muscle and forgoing the imports that many have come to associate with the franchise. This all-American showcase, while a nod to the robust and powerful heritage of U.S. automobilia, might resonate differently across the collector community. Personally, this pack didn’t quite hit the mark for me. As a collector, it lacked that palpable “wow, I need that” allure that other sets typically evoke. While every collection has its audience, this one, with its unique focus, might cater to a different taste than my own.

  • ’66 Chevy Nova
  • Custom Corvette Stingray Coupe
  • Hummer H1
  • ’61 Impala
  • ’69 Ford Mustang Boss 302

Fast and Furious Premium Multipack 3

Multipack 3 in 2023’s Hot Wheels Fast and Furious series made a significant splash among aficionados, myself included. The true jewel of this collection was the introduction of the ultra-rare Volkswagen Jetta, an unmistakable nod to Jesse’s iconic ride from the original Fast and Furious film. It wasn’t just a car; it was a piece of cinematic and automotive history. Coupled with other cornerstone castings from the first movie, this multipack felt like a time capsule transporting enthusiasts back to where the journey began. This is one bundle I am genuinely eager to add to my collection, perfectly encapsulating the adrenaline, nostalgia, and essence of the franchise’s inception.

  • Nissan 240SX (S14)
  • Nissan Skyline GT-R (BCNR33)
  • Volkswagen Jetta MK3
  • 1999 Nissan Maxima
  • ’99 Ford F-150 SVT Lightning

Hot Wheels Fast and Furious 5 packs

Shifting gears once again, let’s venture back from the premium lane to the basics. We’ll be diving into the history of the 5-packs over the years, exploring how Hot Wheels has consistently offered a blend of cinematic automotive icons in compact bundles. Buckle up, as we journey through this integral part of the Fast and Furious Hot Wheels saga.

2019

  • ’61 Impala
  • ’72 Ford Gran Torino Sport
  • Corvette Grand Sport Roadster
  • ’70 Ford Escort RS1600
  • ’70 Chevelle SS

2020

  • ’67 Custom Mustang
  • ’70 Monte Carlo
  • Porsche 911 GT3 RS
  • Nissan Skyline GT-R R34
  • ’69 Camaro

2021

  • ’61 Impala
  • Ford GT-40
  • ’72 Ford Gran Torino Sport
  • Lancer Evolution
  • Nissan 350Z

2023

  • ’70 Dodge Charger R/T
  • Toyota Supra
  • ’67 Mustang
  • ’70 Chevelle SS
  • Aston Martin 1963 DB5