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Legendary comedian and "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno returns to television with a new weekly, one-hour CNBC primetime series, Jay Leno's Garage. The series will cover all things automotive including classic cars, super cars, restoration projects, road tests, investments and the inner workings of the car collectors' market. "Jay Leno's Garage" explores the world of cars, never forgetting that it's the people behind the wheel who provide the real stories. Jay will travel the country on the hunt for the car world's most radical rides and highlight the passion and the stories behind them. Whether it's delving into the history of an iconic brand, testing the latest super car, offering consumer advice or investigating the latest automotive innovations, "Jay Leno's Garage" follows Jay on his journey through the always-fascinating world of people, their prized automobiles and cars everywhere, new and old.
Jay Leno visits old pal and muscle car aficionado Tim Allen; the first female Pro Stock champion; GM's top secret 1960s concept car; NASCAR legend Jimmie Johnson's souped-up classic Corvette.
Jay meets some less traditional motorists and their eclectic rides, explores harsh terrain with Amy Lerner, races comedian Jeff Dunham in an amphibious car and cheats death with out-of-the-box designer Baron Margo.
Jay challenges an Abrams battle tank to a race at Fort Irwin, goes on a high-speed spin with the Secret Service, attempts to drive a fire truck through the winding streets of San Francisco and investigates a risky alternative to the postal truck.
Jay races Audi's newest driverless car, talks competition with legendary driver Mario Andretti and learns how a 1960s showdown created one of the greatest race cars of all time.
Jay visits Keanu Reeves' passion project, learns what it takes to make and destroy movie cars, heads to the track to study aerodynamics and design his own car.
Jay connects with Oscar-winning director Francis Ford Coppola, meets young designers who are creating vehicles that can go over 3,000 miles per gallon, and drives a 3D printed car.
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