Customarily, Vin Diesel’s character Dominic Toretto drives a vintage Dodge Charger in the Fast and Furious motion pictures. Not long ago, Diesel posted an in the background video uncovering that a custom 2020 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody will highlight in the film with some visual alterations enlivened by the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. This won’t be the main custom Charger that will star in Fast and Furious 9, in any case.
A video posted by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty demonstrates a damaging activity grouping being recorded for Fast and Furious 9 in the city of Georgia with a 1970 Dodge Charger and what seems, by all accounts, to be either a Chevrolet Nova or Chevelle being pursued by a defensively covered truck.
A more intensive take a gander at the Charger uncovers it’s a custom model with a mid-motor format, as the motor is unmistakable through the back window situated behind the front seats. As per Motoricious, the mid-motor Dodge Charger was made by SpeedKore, a similar organization that assembled the 1970 Barracuda engaged with Kevin Hart’s ongoing accident.