Paul Walker has revealed that the Fast And Furious world will be "reset" for the seventh film.
The American actor, who has reprised his role of FBI agent Brian O'Conner in Fast And Furious 6, is excited to see what director James Wan will pull out of the bag for the upcoming instalment, which is scheduled to start filming in the summer.
"We're still trying to figure it out. I think what we're trying to do is to hit the reset button. We're starting over again," he teased.
"We have a new captain at the helm in James Wan. It's a nervous but exciting time. We've been there before and we just have to go way back to what made this right. Start small and maybe grow again."
The 39-year-old even joked that the worlds of Transformers and Fast And Furious could combine, adding: "I'm looking at what's next. Are cars going to start turning into robots? Can we go bigger? I don't know."
Paul also made a joke about how the franchise will keep going, as long as the fans want it.
"We'll be in our wheelchairs racing. We keep talking about doing a video where we're racing in wheelchairs," he quipped.
"I don't know (how long it will last), we'll see. So long as the people want to see us doing it, I guess we're going to be doing it. It's a good problem to have right now."
Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez and Luke Evans star in Fast And Furious 6, which is in cinemas now.