Vin Diesel isn’t the only one who can share stuff from the set of Fast & Furious 7. Ludacris recently used Instagram’s new recording feature to show off a brief video of some of the cars we’ll be seeing in the upcoming sequel. Unsurprisingly, they’re gorgeous. But now we’re at the seventh movie, and we need a change of pace. Sure, Hummers and souped up cars are all well and good, but what about the crap vehicles? What about a Ford Pinto? Don’t tell me it wouldn’t be entertaining to see Diesel racing around in a car that is basically primed to explode if he so much as dings it.
Hit the jump to check out the video. The film also stars Paul Walker, Jason Statham, Lucas Black, Tony Jaa, Djimon Hounsou, and Kurt Russell. Fast & Furious 7 opens July 11, 2014.
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