"Fast & Furious" franchise has released a heartbreaking tribute video to Paul Walker, bringing back some of his most beautiful moments in the film.

The emotional two-minute YouTube video uploaded on Wednesday (4 December) brings to live Paul Walker's good moments with his co-stars. It has got more than one million views at the time of filing this story.

The 40-year-old actor died along with friend Rodas, 38, on Saturday after their car, a Porsche Carrera GT burst into flames after hitting a utility pole and a tree in Santa Clarita, Los Angeles. The Los Angeles county coroner has revealed the autopsy results, confirmed that he died of "combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries" and his friend of "multiple traumatic injuries." [READ: Paul Walker Conspiracy Theories]

"A Tribute to Paul Walker. Paul Walker's family appreciates the outpouring of love and goodwill from his many fans and friends. They have asked, in lieu of flowers or other gifts, that donations please be made to Paul's charity Reach Out Worldwide (ROWW)," reads the description of the tribute video.

The clip has Vin Diesel saying "The most important thing in life will always be the people in this room, right here, right now. Salut mi familia" before giving a toast.

The video has background music "Coming Home," by J. Cole and Skylar Grey, which has fitting lyrics that reads:

"I'm coming home

I'm coming home,

Tell the world I'm coming home

Let the rain wash away all the pain of yesterday

I know my kingdom awaits and they've forgiven my mistakes."

There is outpour of emotions from viewers of the tribute video.

"Breaks my heart into pieces! RIP Paul Walker you beautiful human being," wrote Liley Frye.

Austin Thomas: "He's probably in heaven right now, smiling, revving the engine of some perfect tuner. RIP Paul, you will be missed."

Quincyanna Jones: "Rest in peace, Paul Walker and Rodger Rodas. I never even had the privilege of knowing you, yet your death has touched me on such a personal level that my heart is in pieces right now. I was and still am a huge fan. You will be missed more than you could possibly know... Race on in paradise, brother."

Meanwhile, the Universal Studios has announced the shut down of "Fast & Furious 7" production following the sudden death of Walker. It added that fans of the film would be informed of any development on the latest series.

VIDEO: A Tribute to Paul Walker