The 2001 Nissan Silvia Spec-S S15 aka the Mona Lisa and Nissan Silvia S15 is one of the major cars used in 2006 film The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. This car is first seen when Sean Boswell (Lucas Black) first comes to the parking garage where drift races are held. Takashi, confronted Sean for talking to Neela, his girlfriend.
Sean suggests settling their differences in a race. Han Seoul-Oh, Takashi’s associate, notices that Sean does not have a car and offers his Nissan to him for the race, curious to see Sean’s capabilities as a driver. Twinkie gives Sean short lesson on how to drift before the race begins. Despite his efforts, the Nissan is severely damaged when Sean is unable to prevent it from crashing into the pillars and walls of the garage whenever he breaked at the last second. Han uses the damages to his Nissan as a way of placing Sean in his debt.
Following the death of Han, the damaged Silvia is rediscovered by Reiko when Han’s team is looking for parts to repair Sean’s father’s 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback for his final race against Takashi.
The Nissan Silvia was Han’s favorite car. Twinkie refers to the Nissan as the “Mona Lisa” to empathize its importance to Sean Boswell.
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift Nissan Silvia S15 Spec-S info
All of the S15s used for shooting had the stock SR20DET engine. Except for the wrecked Slivia that Boswell pulls the engine out of, none of the other ones had an RB.
Before its untimely death, this car had Earl’s Performance steel braided lines with anodized fittings, a C-West body kit, a GT rear wing, Ganador side mirrors, and Volk Racing grey GT-7 No.0355 19″ rims.