It made a brief appearance at the beginning of the fourth Furious film, and it's for sale. Many cool cars – not to mention trucks, buggies, classics, hot rods, street rods, military assault vehicles, and tanks – have graced movie screens in the Fast and Furious franchise. Here’s one you may or may not recall depending on your level of fandom for the films, and if you have $32,500, you can park it in your garage. Also check out: Who's Bad Enough To Buy Michael Jackson's Ferrari Testarossa 'Vert? Nissan 350Z From Tokyo Drift Is For Sale In UK for $133K See Jesse From Fast And Furious 1 Reunite With His VW Jetta This 1967 Chevrolet C-10 pickup garnered its 15 minutes of fame at the beginning of the fourth film , Fast and Furious , and though it’s pretty darned cool, we wouldn’t blame you for not immediately recognizing it. That’s because the aforementioned 15 minutes was actually more like 15 seconds , with the truck blasting into frame and pulling a … [Read more...] about Are You Fast And Furious Enough To Buy This ’67 Chevy C-10 Truck?
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It was at the dealer for a faulty backup camera. The relationship between a customer and a dealer is a very fragile thing. Every little mistake by the salespeople or the service center can damage the client’s trust, and can ultimately force him to switch to another brand. It’s probably safe to say Frank Statti, a Nissan Altima owner from Canada, won’t be buying a new Nissan in the future, or at least, he won’t be buying it from the same dealer. The backup camera of his 2017 Altima was faulty and he called the dealer, who said he needed to keep the car for a couple of days. Prior to driving the sedan to the dealer, however, he agreed to let his insurance company install a device to monitor his driving. This device also gave him access to a mobile app that tracks the car remotely and gives him information about its location. Gallery: 2019 Nissan Altima: First Drive 19 Photos … [Read more...] about Nissan Altima Owner Discovers Dealer Drove It For 56 Miles
Quite a curse for tech-savvy criminals, but does it end there? Smartphone integration has become an integral part of vehicle technology . So much so that the majority of cars you can buy these days have Apple CarPlay and/or Android Auto capabilities, making the process more seamless for the users. Heck, even commercial vehicles like Mercedes and Scania trucks have Apple CarPlay as early as 2017. But smartphone integration isn’t limited to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto – technologies as simple as Bluetooth and USB connection have been around for quite some time. But it seems like that painless integration and connection between your smartphone and your vehicle's head unit poses a threat in terms of privacy, The Intercept reports. Gallery: Daimler Apple CarPlay for trucks 4 Photos According to a contract shared with The Intercept , the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has paid … [Read more...] about Feds Can Use Cars To Access Private Data On Your Phone: Report
The world's greatest car theater show kicked off in London over the weekend. Stars gathered at the O2 Arena last Friday night as the Fast and Furious Live world tour kicked off in front of a sell-out crowd. The ground-breaking production, which recreates scenes from the automotive-inspired film series in front of a live audience, has been in the works for over five years. The show starts with a European leg, which will take in 23 arenas in 14 countries in its first year, before carrying on across the rest of the world with a non-stop five-year tour. Read also: Fast & Furious Live Show With Vin Diesel Hits Arenas In January Fast And Furious 9 Not Coming Until 2020 Star and producer from the Fast and Furious films, Vin Diesel, was in attendance at the premiere, and couldn't hide his enthusiasm for the new show. "Wow, look at this amazing arena," he said before the show. "It's so exciting to be here, so exciting to be able to present this … [Read more...] about We Were At The Premiere Of Fast And Furious Live