Last time you saw this car, Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) was driving it in pursuit of an electro-magnetic pulse generator in Berlin.
But you're about to see a $300,000 Dodge Demon cruising down Northbourne Avenue, through the McDonald's drive-thru at Manuka and on the Kings Highway headed for Batemans Bay.
Tennis superstar Nick Kyrgios is now the owner of one of the most expensive and rare cars in the world - A 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. The Dodge Demon is the most powerful production car in the world; at its heart is a 6.2-litre supercharged V8 HEMI capable of 626kW/1044Nm (840hp).
The car arrived in Australia from the Dodge factory Miami, USA, in September and spent two weeks at SCD American Vehicles in Brisbane, being converted to right-hand drive.
It's now in Canberra in Nick's garage in Yarralumla but we won't be seeing it on the road anytime soon - its drag tyres are illegal on Australian roads and need to be replaced before the car is roadworthy.
It's a car Nick and brother Christos have lusted after since they saw it on the big screen in Fate of the Furious - the eighth instalment in the Fast and the Furious movie franchise - last April.
But did Kyrgios actually pay for the car or did he do an endorsement deal with Dodge? According to brother Christos, Nick paid for the car outright.
"A lot of these car companies want exclusivity over you when you do a deal with them," Christos said.
"We're pretty big car enthusiasts so we don't really want to say that we'll only drive one type of car."
Growing up in Canberra, Nick and Christos were both "massive car enthusiasts" - "as the big brother I was a major influence on that" - and dreamed of one day owning a collection of powerful sports and muscle cars.
"Nick always wanted a nice car when he grew up and tennis has given him that opportunity."
The Dodge Demon brings the value of Kyrgios' car collection to half a million dollars - he also owns a Nissan r35 GTR worth $200,000. The Demon is one of only four in Australia - the others are driven by owners in Perth, Brisbane and Sydney.
Nick Kyrgios' net worth - including prize money, sponsorships and promotions - is estimated to be $10 million.
Kyrgios' Dodge Demon
- 6.2-litre supercharged V8 HEMI capable of 626kW/1044Nm (840hp).
- 0-100km/h in 2.3 seconds.
- highest G-force for a production car (1.8 G).
- Runs 1/4 mile (0.402km) in 9.6 seconds, making it the fastest and most powerful production car in the world.
- First-ever production car to lift its front wheels at launch.
- Widebody flares and drag tyres.