Need for Speed Real Life
Not a fan of racing games, or just haven’t played Need for Speed? It’s a racing game franchise published by Electronic Arts and focuses on street racing, primarily tasking players to compete in various types of races while evading the local law enforcement in police pursuits. The first game, The Need for Speed, was released in 1994, and the most recent, Need for Speed Payback, hit stores during 2017. One auto enthusiast decided to use their Sony A7 III mirrorless camera to recreate some of these races in real-life. Read more for the videos.

This first part features a Honda Integra Type R, Toyota Celica, Toyota Supra, and a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII, and just like the game, two of the vehicles are locked. The player eventually decides on the Celica, which is then modified with an aggressive bodykit as well as a set of Volk Rays TE37 wheels and bright blue paint job.

The second part starts off in a silver Mk4 Toyota Supra that street races a Nissan R34 Skyline, Mazda RX-7, and VW Polo. After a shot of nitrous, the Supra is able to zoom into victory. However, the coolest-looking vehicle in this video has to be the final one, a blue Nissan Skyline R34 Skyline GT-R equipped with gloss black Nismo wheels.