What Kind of Car Does Vin Diesel Drive?

From $3,000,000 supercars to $40,000 American classics, Vin Diesel has just about every awesome car you could imagine.
Written by Joshua Levy
Reviewed by Jessica Barrett
Though he’s only a thrill-seeking street racer in the movies, Vin Diesel still spends much of his free time building a car collection that’d give Dom Toretto a run for his money. Featuring American classics like the 1970 Dodge Charger and 1969 Daytona, the cars Vin Diesel drives are sure to leave any car enthusiast watering at the mouth.
Considering the work he’s done with sports, muscle, and supercars in the Fast and Furious franchise, it should come as no surprise that Vin Diesel has managed to build a collection worthy of his most famous role. In fact, some cars from his collection come straight from the movies! 
We all want to know what kind of cars our favorite celebrities drive. We've gathered all the info you need on Vin Diesel’s cars. Here, we’ll cover everything from how much each car costs to how much power they’re all packing.
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1994 Toyota Supra

Starting price: $40,250
Engine: 3.0 L Inline 6-cylinder
Vin Diesel fans might remember the 1994
Toyota Supra
as the car Brian O’Connor drives in The Fast and the Furious. And just like the model from the movie, Vin Diesel has a bright orange model from the same year.
That may sound a little excessive for a casual drive in the Los Angeles area, but the feel is nearly unrivaled. The 1994 Supra features a top speed of 160 miles per hour and can accelerate from 0–60 in only 4.6 seconds. The handling is out of this world, and the engine boasts 320 horsepower—not bad for an American muscle car from the mid-90s.

1970 Dodge Charger Tantrum

Starting price: $600,000
Engine: Twin Turbo-charged 9.0-liter Mercury racing engine 
The Tantrum is a one-of-a-kind car. Using the 1970
Dodge Charger
as a base, the crew of The Fast and the Furious built something beyond belief. But the most notable changes are the engine and the body
The body for the Dodge Charger Tantrum is made entirely out of carbon fiber. Not only is carbon fiber more expensive than most other materials used in car production, but the material is far lighter than any substitute. 
But the crew also changed out the original engine with a twin turbo-charged Mercury racing engine that gets a monstrous 1,600 horsepower—on par with supercars like the Koenigsegg Jesko and Bugatti Chiron SuperSport 300.
After filming, the crew gifted this beast of a machine to Vin Diesel as a birthday present.
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1969 Dodge Charger Daytona

Starting price: $260,700
Engine: 7.0 L Magnum V8
While it doesn’t come from the Fast and Furious set, Vin Diesel’s 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona is a piece of racing history. Released in 1969 for the sole purpose of winning Nascar races, only 505 units were ever released to the public. After winning six races in its inaugural year, the Daytona enjoyed a brief moment in the spotlight before being quickly eclipsed by its successor—the 1970 Plymouth Superbird.
That said, the Daytona’s iconic style and innovative mechanics have made it a classic in American racing history. Even today, it still lives up to its name as a classic American supercar.

2014 Lykan Hypersport 

Starting price: $3,400,000
Engine: 3.7 L Twin-Turbocharged Flat-V6
Featuring otherworldly luxuries like jewel-encrusted headlights and LED headlights with 420 diamonds, the Lykan Hypersport was built to stand at the crux of power and comfort. Only seven units were produced, but their notoriety skyrocketed when the Lykan was featured in Fast and Furious 7.
It seems the Lykan spoke to Vin Diesel because he went out and bought his own as soon as filming had stopped. While $3.4 million may seem like a lot to spend on a car—even if it’s packed with specs like 770 horsepower, 0-60 acceleration in 2.8 seconds, and atop speed of 240 mph—it’s just a drop in the bucket for a star like Vin Diesel.

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