A 1992 Mercedes S-Klasse is a minor car in the Fast & Furious series. It is driven by Deckard Shaw in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift and Fast and Furious 6.

1992 Mercedes S-Klasse
Manufacturer Mercedes
Make Mercedes Benz
Model S-Klasse [W140]
Production Year 1992
Body and chassis
Paint Color Silver
”Character Information”
Driver(s) Deckard Shaw
Use(s) Chasing and Killing Han Seoul-Oh in Tokyo
Status Damaged
Film(s) Tokyo Drift
Furious 6
Furious 7


The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift

Han, Sean Neela are fleeing from Takashi and Morimoto after Takashi discovers that Han has been stealing money from Yakuza. Morimoto is eventually taken out and Sean is side swiped and his car is damaged. Takashi fires shots at Han before Han speeds past him into an intersection where he is T-Boned by the S-Klasse, his car then blows up killing him.

Fast & Furious 6

A post credits scene establishes in Tokyo where we see the cars of Han, Sean and Takashi racing through the streets of Tokyo. In an unknown alleyway a figure is sitting in the 92 S-Klasse with a police scanner as he hears reports of two cars racing with Han's RX-7. The figure speeds down the alleyway attempting to catch up. Han, Sean and Takashi are still racing and heading to Central Shibuya as stated by the dispatcher on the Police Radio and the figure puts the accelerator to the floor to catch up. Sean's car drifts through an intersection and disappears. Back in the S-Klasse, the dispatcher announces that the RX-7 is approaching the intersection. The figure who is driving see's Han's car in the next street over and turns left to the alleyway where Han races through before the figure intentionally T-Bones him, flipping his car and causing it to ignite.

The figure gets out of the car who is revealed to be Deckard Shaw who killed Han as revenge for his brother. He pulls a crucifix belonging to Dominic Toretto and throws it next to the wreckage of Han's car.

Deckard pulls out his phone and dials someone before announcing that they don't know him, but they're about too. Han's car blows up and he dies instantly.

Furious 7

The car is briefly seen again through archival footage as Deckard Shaw calls Dominic Toretto announcing that Han is dead before blowing up the Toretto House with a bomb disguised as a package.



  • The Furious 6 post-credits scene was filmed entirely on greenscreen, making use of the existing damaged cars from Tokyo Drift, as well as composited backgrounds on Tokyo.
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