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With all the hype around the ninth instalment of the Fast & Furious franchise, the cast is all over the place with exclusive interviews and content!

The guys over at DriveTribe got Vin Diesel on a quick online interview, where they asked some questions probably never asked to the main actor himself!

During the Interview, Vin Diesel explains his role in the Fast & Furious franchise as a producer, talks about the heritage of the modified car scene, and how electric cars might make it into the 10th instalment of Fast & Furious! Yes, you read that correctly, Vin Diesel announced that meetings are already underway for the next film, even though Fast 9 only recently got released!

Just as a hypothetical and humourous question, Vin Diesel gets asked where he would put Clarkson, Hammond and May if they were to make it in a Fast and Furious movie. Vin replied "I'll most definitely put them behind the wheel!"

Furthermore, Vin Diesel also explains that one of the perks of being a Producer of Fast & Furious is the fact that he usually gets to keep a few movie cars, and goes on to explain what's in his garage and what his daily driver is.

Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel, DriveTribe, on Vin Diesel Reveals Where He's Put Clarkson, Hammond and May in the next Fast & Furious movie...

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