I think it's fair to suggest that I am unreasonably excited about getting a new "Mad Max" film from George Miller. And, to be blunt, I don't really care if it's a sequel, a prequel, a reboot, or a kabuki musical version as long as it's got tons and tons of car stunts staged by Miller, the single best road action director of all time.
No... don't argue. You can list me other good car chase films, and I'm sure I'm a fan of many of the films you'll list, but for my money, no one has eve shot car action (or action in general) the way George Miller did in the first two films in the "Mad Max" series. Working with cinematographers David Eggby on the first film and Dean Semler on the second film, Miller created a style of shooting car action that is still unequaled, though oft-imitated. Placing his camera low to the ground and right in the center of the action, Miller made the act of driving seem like an existential expression of self, and not just a mode of transport.
In particular, I would say "The Road Warrior" is the single most kinetic car stunt movie of all time. Things happen in that movie that no stunt team should have walked away from, and every single time I've seen it with an audience, the temperature in the room goes up over the course of the film. People engage with it completely, and they react to the big stunts like they can actually feel the impact themselves.