By Derek Lawrence
Updated June 03, 2016 at 06:14 PM EDT

Fast and Furious 8

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The Fast & Furious franchise has seen everything from cars dropping from a plane to jumping through buildings, but now for Fast 8 we’re getting ice cars.

The series, which has made stops in Tokyo, Rio de Janeiro, London, and Abu Dhabi, has now gone far north. In a new behind-the-scenes video from Fast 8, director F. Gary Gray and Tyrese headed to Iceland.

In the first look shared online by the franchise, it’s clear that drag races, gun fights, and explosions follow the Fast crew wherever they go, even to places completely covered in ice and snow.

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The Iceland sneak peak is part of #FastFridays, where the series reveals information about the new film, including behind-the-scenes of the production’s time in Cuba and the first look at Charlize Theron’s character.

Traveling the globe has been a signature of the franchise, that has become a worldwide phenomenon with over $4 billion made. Fast 8 has already filmed in Cuba, Iceland, Cleveland, and Atlanta, with a stop in New York still to go. The film, which is expected to be the first in a new trilogy according to series star and producer Vin Diesel, is set to hit theaters on April 14. 2017.

See the full video from Iceland above.

Fast and Furious 8

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