Well, the Fast & the Furious franchise has done that.
And now, the loveable, ethically-ambiguous crew is out to ride again.
For the seventh time.
And speaking of those rides, here they are: the seven best cars from Furious 7. Because seven is a nice, round, odd number.
W Motors Lykan Hypersport Coupe
This limited production car comes from Lebanon-based W Motors, and it’s the first supercar to be produced in the Middle East. It’s also the third most expensive car ever made, and it even features diamonds in the headlights, which seems practical and quite necessary. $3,400,000
Not to be outdone, this Italian-named, French-headquartered and German-owned supercar is one of the fastest in the world. It’s rare, too. Usually reserved for sultans, the uber rich or, in this case, Tyrese Gibson. $1,700,000
Plymouth 1972 Barracuda Coupe
Michelle Rodriguez gets behind the wheel of this classic auto. With its big block engine and aggressive grill, the Barracuba embodied the era of 1970s muscle cars. $105,000
The carbon fiber chassis keeps things light, and the mid-mounted V8 twin-turbo engines keeps things fast. McLaren stopped production in April 2014, so if you want one, you’d better steal it. Wait, no, we mean you’ll have to buy it from a private seller. Yes, that. $240,000
Nissan GT-R Coupe
The GT-R is the epitome of finely-tuned Japanese craftsmanship. The twin-turn V6 puts out an absurd 545 horses, and the tight suspension bear hugs curves into submission. $101,770
Ferrari 458 Italia
You’ve got to have a Ferrari. In this case, it’s the 458 Italia that’s pushing 570 horses. And it’s yellow, so they’ll never see you coming. $233,500
Ford 1969 Torino Talladega Coupe
This American muscle car was produced for just a few weeks in 1969. Named for the Talladega race track, it was engineered specifically for NASCAR, but about 750 cars were released to the public. So if you can get your hands on one, you really should. $45,000