Fast & Furious - Supercharged

Phone (800) 864-8377
4.5 stars from 5 reviews
Address 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608
Take a thrilling ride along with the cast from the Fast & Furious movies.

• Type: 3D • Guest Per Car: 7+
• Extras: Child Switch • Type: Dark Ride
• Extras: Level: All Ages / Family Friendly • Extras: Scary For Small Kids
• Type: Thrill Ride • Type: Tram Ride

Matt Anderson's Take
The first thing to know is that Fast & Furious - Supercharged isn't a standalone attraction at all. It's actually part of the Studio Tour and Nighttime Studio Tour. That means that you'll see it on the tram ride during that tour. A little confusing since Universal (and thus we do as well) lists it separately.

Here's how it works, and don't worry about spoilers because the plot is basically non-existent in true Furious style. At some point in your tour you'll spot a "shady" looking muscle car that fans will recognize from the movie. Your tour guide notifies security and suddenly the government is involved.

You then have to hide out in an old chop shop garage and that's when the show starts. First you watch a 2D movie but it's incredibly immersive the way it's done, feels almost like the actors are right there with you.

Next, your tram heads out into the next section of the tunnel you were in and now it's 3D time. Just like in King Kong 360 3-D, you'll see all sorts of 3D action all around you. It's an amazing feeling and experience and truly feels like you're speeding down the streets when, in fact, your tram isn't even rolling at all.
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Youssef L
Joined: Nov 2017
Reviews: 19
Likes Received: 0
Cool section of the tram tour but it's over pretty quick.
Sabina L
Joined: Sep 2017
Reviews: 12
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I thought this was pretty amazing and very well done. Cool little added bonus on the tram tour.
Carmen R
Joined: Feb 2017
Reviews: 17
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I actually didn't know what to expect when this one first came out but really enjoyed the movie sequence / experience here. It's very well done and believable and really feels like you're on a freeway car chase set.
Joined: Jul 2013
Reviews: 384
Likes Received: 14
This is towards the end of the Studio Tour ride. It is heart pounding and you get shaken around a bit, but it is definitely a thrill ride.
Matt A
Joined: Feb 2013
Reviews: 803
Likes Received: 111
The story leading up to the 3D bits is incredibly cheesy. The first 2D movie section is neat to watch because it's done in such a unique way but the acting here, even though they used the movie actors, is flat out awful. The 3D bits make up for it all and create a very realistic feeling of movement and action even though you're not moving anywhere at all. It's smooth and perfectly synced to the 3D.
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