Admittedly, you also had to do it the first time Tokyo Drift he looked at what kind of car Han was driving. Or were you ready to assume that the appearance of orange-black was TVR? The key was the Mazda RX-7 and the Veilside Fortune body device. Both Han and Mazda drivers died in a fire in the film.
But according to the authors of the film series, death is not an irreversible situation and Han returned happily to the silver screen in a recent episode. And according to Carbuzz we will also see the Veilside Mazda RX-7 in the tenth episode of the film series.
Sung Kang is looking for a Veilside RX-7
Sung Kang, an actor who plays Han in Fast and Furiousseries, she posted a photo on her Instagram next to the Veilside Mazda RX-7 that read, “Nice to see you old friend. I can’t believe it’s been sixteen years since we met. You’re so old and beautiful.”
As far as we can tell, the car in the picture is not the official film car, but it is an example of an English fan. For example, rims are incorrect and there are minor details such as back lights that are not entirely accurate.
Will the Veilside of the Han Mazda RX-7 return to Fast X?
According to an Instagram post, we can find no evidence that the Veilside Mazda RX-7 will return. Carbuzz it does not need any other source, so we may be dealing with a small concept. We can imagine that in Quick X there is a flashback in which the RX-7 plays a role.
Apparently there were no less than ten copies on the set Tokyo Drift (nine of those were amazing cars) and only two survived to make a film. They were transported back to Japan. If you did not know: a lot Tokyo Drift was recorded in America.
Quick X should be shown in theaters in May 2023 – then we’ll see if it’s okay.