There's some serious hardware in this movie. Like the Koenigsegg Agera, Bugatti Veyron and Shelby Mustang GT500. There's also a distinct lack of shaking-cam-syndrome, not just that there's little of it, there's none of it. So little that I'm sure the director made a deliberate attempt to buck the trend. There's also a distinct toning down of CGI - when a car crashes, it's usually a physical vehicle that is violently thrown up against some wall or other. This stuff is to be applauded even if it's not too well directed - getting practical with a steady camera is no excuse for lack of panache.