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The end is near for the Fast and Furious franchise. “Fast X” hits theaters on May 19th. It’s set to be the first of the two-part finale. Universal Studios just dropped a Fast and Furious 10 trailer, showing Dante (Jason Momoa) hellbent on revenge against Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his family. The trailer also gave us a preview of some incredible new Fast and Furious cars. Here is the full lineup:

1970 Dodge Charger R/T

The blower on Dominic Toretto's 1970 Dodge Charger R/T used in the Fast and the Furious 10/X film.
1970 Dodge Charger R/T from Fast and Furious | Ollie Millington/Getty Images

Dominic Toretto restored this 1970 Dodge Charger R/T alongside his father, and it has appeared in almost as many Fast saga films as Vin Diesel himself. In the Fast and Furious 10 trailer, we can see him talking with his own son (Little Brian) while his son sits in the car. He also drives the car in a street race against Dante. Finally, he drops out of an airplane in the car and uses it to pull helicopters out of the air, as he pursues Dante, who appears to have kidnapped his son.

2023 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody

Silver 2023 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat parked on a race track for a publicity photo.
2023 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye | Stellantis

This model name is a be a mouthful. All you need to remember is that it is the absolute top-of-the-line new Charger. Dodge has become a major sponsor of the Fast franchise and made sure Vin Diesel drives a Hellcat with a widebody kit in this film. Franchise fans videotaped this car performing a series of stunts in Turin, Italy. It appears that Dom is driving the new Charger while being pursued by Dante.

Chevrolet Impala

Dante shows up at an underground street race in a classic Chevrolet Impala painted purple. In the Fast and Furious 10 trailer, we see him preparing to go head-to-head with Dom in the 1970 Charger in the Rio drag race. Vin Diesel actually grabbed a video of Jason Momoa on his costar’s first day on set, and the Aquaman actor rolled around on the hood of the Impala exclaiming, “I’ve finally got a fast car!” He described the color as “Lavender.” You can see this Impala for yourself in the video at the bottom of the article. Rumor has it that it was a last-minute request from Jason Momoa himself. The man has great taste!

Harley Davidson Concept

Jason Mamoa is a brand ambassador of Harley-Davidson and a longtime fan of classic motorcycles. It makes perfect sense that the brand would want him on one of its bikes. In the Fast and Furious 10 trailer, we see Dante riding through the streets of Rome, blowing up cars, and chasing Toretto. He is on a one-off Harley Davidson street fighter, with body pieces from a Pan America, an as-yet unreleased engine, and the huge outline of the familiar bar-and-shield logo. In the above video, Mamoa says he “built” this Harley and discusses how he collaborated with Dennis McCarty (longtime franchise Picture Car Coordinator) to strip down a Pan America.

Datsun 240Z

Orange Datsun 240Z coupe parked on a road with trees and fields visible in the background.
1971 Datsun 240Z | Rust/ullstein bild via Getty Images

One of the most interesting cars photographed on the set of Fast and Furious 10 was a bright yellow Datsun 240Z with a widebody kit and turbocharger sticking out of its hood. Fans of the franchise speculated whether it would be driven by Brie Larson (brand ambassador of Nissan) or even a CGI-resurrected Brian O’Connor (the late Paul Walker). But in the trailer we see that it enters the street race between Dom and Dante, driven by Isabel (Daniela Melchior).

Lamborghini Gallardo

Gold-plated Lamborghini Gallardo supercar parked in front of a high-rise and palm trees in Florida.
Gold-plated Lamborghini Gallardo | Panache Designs via Facebook

The filming in Turin featured a convoy of Hummer H2s guarding a semi-truck and a gold-plated Lamborghini Gallardo. The second trailer revealed Roman Pearce (Tyrese Gibson) drives this Lamborghini, which Han calls Fort Knox on wheels.

Alfa Romeo 2000 GT

A red 1975 Alfa Romeo coupe driving down a road with grass and trees visible in the background.
1975 Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV Bertone |  Rust/ullstein bild via Getty Images

A classic orange Alfa Romeo 2000 GT begins the convoy scene driving in the midst of the pack. But soon, it must complete some evasive maneuver driven by Han. We sure hope he makes it out of his run-in with Dante safely; orange cars have never been very lucky for the Tokyo Drift star.

1966 Ford Fairlane

Advertisement for a red 1966 Ford Fairlane.
1966 Ford Fairlane | Bettmann via Getty Images

Another car photographed on set is a bright red 1966 Ford Fairlane. It is involved in the bridge chase during which Dom tries to rescue his son from Dante. The second trailer makes it appear that Dante is driving this car. Considering he also drives the purple Impala, he obviously has a serious love of muscle cars.

Chevrolet El Camino (with rocket launchers)

John Cena on the red carpet for Fast and Furious 9, before rejoining Fast and Furious 10.
John Cena at Fast and Furious premiere | Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images

A classic Chevrolet El Camino, both with and without homemade rocket launchers installed, appeared on the film’s set. In the trailer, we see that Jakob Toretto (John Cena) drives this truck in the Los Angeles bridge chase. No doubt Jakob–once a villain–showed up to help rescue his nephew. We have to say, we like it almost as much as the Foxbody Mustang Jakob drove in F9. We certainly hope that Radwood-glorious car returns in this film.

So there you have it, all the cars we have identified in the new Fast and Furious 10 trailer. You can watch the trailer below and leave a comment if you spot anything we missed.

If you want to get up close and personal with the actual cars used in the movie, check out this final video: