The Fast and Furious Mustang from Tokyo Drift is a sacrilegious symphony of performance.

The 1967 Mustang Fastback that starred in the fourth installment of the Fast and Furious franchise is considered blasphemy by some and beauty by others, with an unusual engine choice for a pony car.

The seemingly omnipresent RB26 Nissan engine, with a single turbo conversion is what powers this Hollywood famous machine, outputting 370 horsepower and connected to a five speed manual, it propels the car to a respectable 13.4 second quarter mile at a 109 Mph.

If there is something to be said about this car and the Tokyo Drift movie itself, it’s probably along the lines of “Cultural interchange can be mutually beneficial”.