At the end of Fast & Furious, Dom is sentenced to 25 years to life in prison. Dom and the other prisoners sit in silence as they ride the bus toward the prison. Suddenly, three cars drive into view following the bus. Mia (in the Acura NSX), Brian (in Dom's 1970 Dodge Charger), and Leo and Santos (in the 1978 Trans Am) catch up to the bus. As Brian pulls alongside the driver's side of the bus and Mia pulls alongside the passenger side of the bus, Dom smirks as he recognizes the sound of his Charger. Mia and Brian both swerve in front of the bus and the movie ends.
The beginning of Fast Five picks up right where the previous movie ended with Brian, Mia, Leo, and Santos trying to free Dom from the prison bus. Mia and Brian both pass the bus, and Mia drives even further ahead in the NSX. Pulling the parking brake, she spins the NSX around, facing the bus. She accelerates toward the bus and passes Brian, who is still going the same direction as the bus. Mia forces the bus the swerve to avoid her. Brian slams on his breaks and stops at the perfect angle to send the bus tumbling over Brian and the Charger and down the road, allowing Dom to escape from the wreckage. Mia's Acura NSX never makes another appearance after this scene.
The NSX driven by Mia Toretto features red leather seats, rear-wheel drive, and a 6-speed manual transmission.
This model in stock configuration is powered by a C32B V6 producing 290 bhp. The car used for the films is heavily modified including NSX-R suspension, brakes, wheels, exterior parts, and other upgrades and produces 295 whp and 213 lbs. ft torque.
A blue NSX may also be seen parked among three other modified cars during the funeral of Letty Ortiz in Fast & Furious.
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