Edmunds' Inside Line Goes Behind the Scenes of Fast & Furious

Edmunds' Inside Line Goes Behind the Scenes of Fast & Furious


Edmunds' Inside Line Goes Behind the Scenes of Fast & Furious

SANTA MONICA, Calif. — April 7, 2009 — The Fast and the Furious movie franchise returned to theaters last weekend with its fourth installment, Fast & Furious, bringing audiences another round of hot cars and high-speed street-racing action. Inside Line, Edmunds.com's high-speed online car magazine, features a wide range of exclusive editorial coverage and video spotlighting the cars and trucks seen in Fast & Furious.

Inside Line's coverage includes a Fast & Furious: The Car and Trucks. This unique feature provides specification details about the way the cars were constructed to appear.

Some of the distinctive imports and muscle cars featured on Inside Line's Fast & Furious coverage include:

  • 1970 Dodge Charger: Dominic Toretto's (Vin Diesel) iconic black Charger makes a comeback. Of the six Chargers built for production, one was blown up, another crashed, and the other four survived.

Inside Line also features coverage from the preceding films, including a look at the Fast & Furious Buzz Station.

About Edmunds (http://www.edmunds.com/about/)
Edmunds.com publishes four Web sites that empower, engage and educate automotive consumers and enthusiasts. Edmunds.com, the premier online resource for automotive consumer information, launched in 1995 as the first automotive information Web site. Its most popular feature, the Edmunds.com True Market Value® , is relied upon by millions of people seeking current transaction prices for new and used vehicles. Edmunds.com was named "Best Car Research Site" by Forbes ASAP, has been selected by consumers as the "Most Useful Web Site" according to every J.D. Power and Associates New Autoshopper.com Study(SM), was ranked first in the Survey of Car-Shopping Web Sites by The Wall Street Journal and was rated "#1" in Keynote's study of third-party automotive Web sites. Inside Line launched in January 2005 and is the most-read automotive enthusiast Web site. CarSpace launched in February 2006 and is an automotive social networking Web site and home to the oldest and most established automotive community. AutoObserver.com launched in 2007 and provides insightful automotive industry commentary and analysis. Edmunds is headquartered in Santa Monica, California, and maintains a satellite office in suburban Detroit.

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