Starring Vin Diesel, Dame Helen Mirren and John Cena, Fast and Furious 9 - also known as F9: The Fast Saga - is due for release in cinemas on May 22.
You can watch the new Fast and Furious 9trailer above.
The four-minute clip was revealed yesterday (Friday, January 31) during a special 'The Road to F9' concert held in Miami, Florida, which was streamed to fans on social media.
The first full-length trailer for the Universal Pictures movie reveals that Cena is actually playing Dom's younger brother, Jakob, who just happens to be a master thief, assassin and expert driver.
Filming of an extravagant nighttime party took place on the North Front entrance to Hatfield House around the modern Renaissance water sculpture.
Scenes were also shot inside the magnificent Jacobean mansion, which was built in 1611 on the estate where Queen Elizabeth I spent much of her childhood.
With its futuristic look, water feature Renaissance was designed by one of Britain's most prolific sculptors, Angela Conner.
Hatfield House's famous Long Gallery - with its gold leaf ceiling - is instantly recognisable in the Fast 9 trailer, with the Toretto brothers confronting each other in the room before pointing guns at each other's heads.
Dom says in the trailer: "I came here to take you down little brother."
Directed by Justin Lin, the F9 crew filmed part of the ninth chapter of the high-octane franchise at Hatfield House last summer.
At the time, Hollywood star Vin Diesel, who plays former criminal and street racer Dominic Toretto in the fast-paced action movies, posted a couple of Instagram videos from the set outside the 409-year-old Hertfordshire stately home.
On week 10 of location filming for the latest blockbuster in the series, Vin Diesel revealed he was shooting "an intense scene" with John Cena, the American professional wrestler and actor, at an "amazing location".
Jakob replies: "That's your mistake."
The Long Gallery has featured in a number of major films in recent years, most notably The Favourite starring Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone, and the first Wonder Woman movie with Gal Gadot as Princess Diana.
It can also be seen in Tim Burton's 1989 Batman movie with Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne, and in the pop music video filmed last February for Jonas Brothers' chart-topping comeback single Sucker.
The Sucker video, featuring Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Game of Thrones' Sophie Turner, has been viewed nearly 250million times on YouTube.
The new Fast and Furious 9 trailer, predictably, includes spectacular high-speed car chases in exotic locations, explosions, fight scenes, over-the-top action sequences, and a series of ridiculous, adrenaline-fuelled stunts - including a Pontiac Fiero strapped to a rocket and a 'magnet plane'.
The latest instalment of the hugely popularFast franchise features a number of familiar faces.