It’s been almost a long time since Paul Walker’s unfortunate demise, yet the Destiny of the furious cast is keeping his memory alive. Notwithstanding specifying his character, Brian O’Conner, and naming Dominic Toretto’s (Vin Diesel) child after him, there are a couple other minor ways the film paid tribute to Paul that you may have missed. At the point when Little No one (Scott Eastwood) hits the avenues with the group interestingly to go head to head against Dom in NYC, Little No one is demonstrated driving a Subaru BRZ in Paul’s mark blue shading. While the model of the auto is distinctive, Paul’s blue Nissan Horizon GT-R R34 was highlighted in four of the Quick and Irate movies (The Quick and the Enraged, 2 Quick 2 Angry, Quick and Incensed, and Quick and Angry 6). Paul even claimed the one he drove in the fourth film, however it was later sold after his demise.
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Later amid the ice scene toward the finish of the film, Little No one changes over to a white Subaru WRX, which just so happens to be an indistinguishable model from the one Dom stole for Brian in Quick and Angry that showed up in Irate 7. At the point when the rocket explodes the sub and the group floors it over to Dom to shield him from the impact, cameras concentrate on Dom and the white auto, which is appeared out of sight protecting Dom from the impact. Despite the fact that the auto isn’t a hatchback like the one Paul drove, it was as yet a pleasant touch.
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