“Family” skins: Fast & Furious cars meet CS:GO skins


The Fast & Furious franchise started out as more or less true-to-life stuff: an LAPD cop infiltrates a gang of street racers to solve a series of truck robberies. But after a couple of movies, the franchise received its super-spies, tanks with windows, and other miracles of modern cinematography.

Despite this drastic change in course, Fast & Furious films don’t suffer from a lack of fans. And today, the CS.MONEY Blog is going to delight those into the franchise with a selection of skins evocative of the movies. For this selection, we chose the items which are a perfect match for the cars. After all, it’s the vibrant and fast cars that catch your eye. Pedal to the metal — and let’s go.

Dodge Charger — AK-47 Slate

Dodge Charger
AK-47 Slate

The main character of the franchise, Dominic Toretto, portrayed by Vin Diesel, has driven a Dodge Charger twice in the movies. The first time was back in 2001, in the very first installment. Unfortunately, the then street racer wrecked the car in an accident with a truck. The second time he gets to drive the classic muscle car is already in Fast & Furious 9

Both cars share not only the brand but also an impeccable reputation and black color. Finding a black skin for a powerful gun was child’s play. Of course, it’s AK-47 Slate. It might well be the skin Mr. Toretto would pick for a gunfight!

Toyota Supra — AWP BOOM

Toyota Supra

Another car from the very first movie is an orange Toyota Supra, owned by the second main character, Brian O’Conner. And it’s perhaps the most recognizable car of the whole franchise and can safely be considered one of the sources of the “Supro-mania.” 

The skin counterpart of this car is AWP BOOM. In Fast & Furious, the orange Toyota Supra is monstrously cool. The car beat a Ferrari F355 Spider during a test drive! AWP BOOM is a perfect fit in terms of color: it’s executed in the same dazzling orange. And the gun itself possesses a similarly legendary amount of power.

VeilSide Mazda RX-7 — CZ75-Auto Nitro

VeilSide Mazda RX-7
CZ75-Auto Nitro

Fast & Furious fans divide the franchise into two parts: the car trilogy and all the subsequent films. In the last film of the trilogy, Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift, the setting moved from sunny Los Angeles to nighttime Tokyo. We get to enjoy the esthetics of Yakuza, ubiquitous neon signs, and, naturally, Japanese cars.

It’s difficult to pick out one particular car from the entire multiplicity of vehicles that was shown in the movie. So we settled on the caramel VeilSide Mazda RX-7 with black accents, owned by Han Lue. A small, fast, and bright thing — just like CZ75-Auto Nitro

Gurkha LAPV — M4A4 Desert-Strike

Gurkha LAPV
M4A4 Desert-Strike

Dwayne Johnson didn’t storm into the franchise in a hatchback or an old-school muscle car. It was in a Gurkha LAPV that the Rock made his impressive appearance. You couldn’t even call the thing a car. It’s an actual nine-ton armored car, the size of a Korean apartment, with a brutal V8 under the hood. The exterior matches the insides too, with those brutal cut forms and austere city camouflage without any neon lights.

Finding a skin that could match this monster was a challenge. We decided to focus on the chopped silhouette and a “serious” pattern. M4A4 Desert-Strike meets those requirements perfectly. This rifle might not impress with its size, but it boasts a magnificent khaki-colored angular pattern. 

Nissan Skyline GT-R — P250 Valence

Nissan Skyline GT-R
P250 Valence

Who said Brian O’Connor owned only one car? We first saw this silvery-blue Nissan at the beginning of 2 Fast 2 Furious. From the first seconds you see it on the screen, the car astonishes you with its looks. The exterior was so spectacular that examples of an homage to it include the BMW M3 from the legendary NFS Most Wanted

After some rummaging through skins, we did manage to find a gun design similar in spirit. We’re talking P250 Valence. Silver background, black inserts, and blue accents. This picture is somewhat reminiscent of the Nissan Skyline GT-R. The weapon is also extremely efficient. 

Honda S2000 — Five-SeveN Fairy Tale

Honda S2000
Five-SeveN Fairy Tale

The main heroes of the franchise never drove a Honda S2000. The car only has a cameo in the opening race of the second movie. But hell, this car managed to become a community meme among fans, even though it only has a few minutes of screen time. 

It’s all about its defiant exterior: pink neon, pink paint job, pink interior — even the tailpipe flames are pink. And if that’s not enough, there’s an angry anime girl on the car’s doors. 

There are two weapon finishes that are literally begging to complement this pink madness: Five-SeveN Fairy Tale and AUG Akihabara Accept. Both match the exterior of the vehicle equally well, but we opted for Five-SeveN Fairy Tale since it’s more colorful. Also, it has pink unicorns, a pink background, and pink… you get the idea. 

Fast and Furious 9 is clearly not the last installment in the franchise. Even fans have already realized that the last signs of earnestness dissolved into thin air a few movies ago. That’s why we invite you to guess where the action of the tenth movie will take place. Our bet: the heroes will go to the mouth of a volcano to save the world from global warming.




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