Next Episode of Ali-A's Superchargers is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Have you ever wanted a super car? Are you fed up with the family banger? Ali-A's Superchargers puts kids in the driving seat as they give their tired old family wagon a jaw-dropping new look - all without their parents having a clue as to what they're planning.
Vlogging starAli-Ahelps transform the family van of a fellow petrolhead, 14-year-old Djim from London. But what will Djim's parents think of their motor's spectacular new look?
Mohammad, a supercar-mad boy from Manchester, is worried about his family car. It's 16 years old, covered in rust and the engine is clearly on the edge. There's a looming danger that the car may not pass its next MOT, butAli-Aand his supercharging team are speeding in to help. After meeting the family,Ali-Aintroduces Mohammad to some bold new directions he could take the car in. But whenAli-Aunveils Mohammad's car's new look, will his mum and dad love it or hate it?
Poppy and Lucas are brother and sister, two of a family of eight in Liverpool. They love their family car, but it has had a few too many knocks and bumps and no-one can work the radio because the car was imported from Japan and the manual is in Japanese. But thanks toAli-Aand his specialists, they are about to get some help.Ali-Ameets with the family and offers some crazy ideas to Poppy and Lucas on how they could give their car a fantastic new makeover. The pair struggle to agree on a design they both like, and even if they do manage to find one, there are still another six family members to please.
Oliver, a budding young photographer from Scarborough, has a family car that's older than him! It's covered in bumps and scratches from Oliver's parents' interesting driving decisions and the paint is flaking off.Ali-Aand his team are ready to give the car a much-needed makeover, and Oliver is confident that he has an eye for what will look good. Car vlogger Sideways Sid sorts out a photography master-class for Oliver with professional car photographer Chris Frosin.
Sonny, a young surfer dude in Cornwall, is very worried about his family van. A former post van, it is held together with tape and has moss growing in the windows, and the once bright red outside has faded into an embarrassing pale pink colour! The last time the van went for an MOT, Sonny's mum was told that there were lots of problems under the bonnet. If they can't afford to get them fixed, they are in serious trouble - there are no bus routes where they live in rural Cornwall. Thankfully,Ali-Aand his team are on hand to give the old postal van a new lease of life.
Brandan is a young vlogger from Lancashire whose online inspiration is none other than Ali-A. Who better then to turn to for motoring help than his hero? Brandan loves cars that have been modified, so naturally he finds his mum's run-down car really boring. But Ali-A's team can soon fix that. Brandan, along with his mum and brother Chris, meet Ali-A at Superchargers HQ. It's not long before Brandan is buzzing with ideas for the new car design - but mum says she doesn't want anything too over the top! She's not allowed to see Brandan's favourite colours on the app but begs him to think 'sensible' rather than 'spoiler'. But Brandan is not going to waste this opportunity to give the family car the modification he's always dreamed of.
Joe is a young plane enthusiast from Cheshire. The family car 'Freddie' is nearly as old as him and it's starting to show! One of the headlights needs whacking before it comes on, the boot door likes falling on peoples' heads and the car's body is covered in bumps and scratches. Freddie needs some serious TLC - that's where Ali-A and his team come in. After meeting mum and dad, Ali-A introduces Joe to some wild new ideas for Freddie's outside look. mum and dad have absolutely no idea what Joe is planning to do to the car, and they are worried it may come back looking completely ridiculous. But this doesn't stop Joe - he decides on a bold theme. Ali-A brings in his mate Sideways Sid, a cool nerd who takes Joe to an airport to help him focus his ideas. The pair spend time out on the runway and inside an aeroplane to help Joe finalise his bold design. But will his parents be OK with all that attention?
Fashion-mad Molly from Portsmouth is very embarrassed about her family car. Nicknamed 'Old Banger', it's approaching it twentieth birthday and is covered in scratches. Molly's dad has agreed to let her loose on the car, and she thinks with the help ofAli-Aand his team that she can make it stylish enough for any catwalk.Ali-Ahooks up Molly with Sideways Sid, a motoring guru with an eye for design. Sid takes Molly to a university catwalk show to try and find an on-trend look for the car. She has the honour of opening the show and meets a designer whose work has appeared in Vogue. She then pays a visit to mechanic Rebecca, who gets to work with Molly fixing Old Banger in the Superchargers workshop. The pair give the gear box a good seeing to, Molly's hands have never been this dirty! Sideways Sid returns to help give the car the extra sparkle it's been in desperate need of. But when it comes to the big reveal, will mum and dad be as into Molly's fashionable design as she is?
Yasmin and Eslam are a sporty brother and sister from Wales who have many complaints when it comes to the family car they call Big Red Hulk. There is a lingering pongy odour from their dirty sports kit, a wing mirror falling off, and the seats are going mouldy. The family cannot afford a new car, so unless they want to start getting the bus everywhere, Big Red Hulk is in dire need of a makeover. Step inAli-Aand his supercharging team.
Ali-A and his supercharging team step in to help three sisters from Manchester transform their family car, 'The Big Boo', and save it from the scrapheap. At Superchargers HQ, Casey and her sisters brainstorm ideas with Ali-A and soon have a disagreement over their favourite colour for the car. Mum and Dad can only listen in horror at their wild ideas, but one thing's for sure: Dad hates all their suggestions!
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