You see what I did there with the title? Beastie? Fast and Furious? That's cause the trailer features the callback to the great scene in the first film featuring the Beastie Boys banger "Sabotage", and uses it well. Props to the creative team behind the teaser, but we'll see where this new installment from Justin Lin (director of the Fast & Furious installments 3 through 6, and now the references all make sense huh!) gets to go.
I'm assuming it goes beyond. Or where no man has gone before. Something like that. The film is set for release July 22, 2016.