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Hosts Tanner Foust, Adam Ferrara and Rutledge Wood embark on a new set of adventures as they test cars in extreme stunts, intense challenges and first-person reviews using their unique perspectives.
The guys travel deep into California's rugged Sierra Nevada Mountains to do something that's never been done before--photo map the Rubicon Trail. They take on America's most notorious 4x4 route in a race against time to photo map the entire trail before they must present their images at Google headquarters.
Tanner, Adam, and Rutledge tackle automotive stereotypes by taking on the age old question: which country makes the best car? The guys battle it out in cars from past and present manufactured in the countries of their ancestors: Germany, Italy, and the United Kingdom; and go head to head against one of America's most badass, track prepped speed demons.
Motor racing is one of the most expensive sports in the world, but does it have to be? To prove anyone can race on a budget, the guys compete in a grueling 24-hour endurance race where every car must cost less than $500.
The average American owns 8 different cars in their lifetime, but what if you could only own one? Tanner, Adam, and Rutledge each pick one vehicle from their birth year that can excel in every stage of life including youth, parenthood, middle age, and the senior years. A series of challenges will determine which, if any, of their cars can escape the final stage of life... death.
Is there a civilian vehicle tough enough to serve in the U.S. military? To find out, the guys each pick a vehicle they think can survive combat, and meet at one of the U.S. Army's premier training facilities. They test themselves and their vehicles in the most realistic combat training available, including racing a tank, evading sniper fire, and assisting a large scale rescue mission during a firefight with live explosives.
America loves speed, and for some people the fastest cars out of the factory just aren't fast enough. Upgrading and modifying cars is a billion dollar business, but upgrade packages can cost as much as the car itself. So Tanner, Adam, and Rutledge want to know if amped up performance is worth the price. To find out, the guys take three iconic American muscle cars with the best aftermarket upgrades money can buy and put them through a series of adrenaline fueled tests to see just how much bang you get for your buck.
The U.S. Postal Service has asked for proposals to build a new delivery vehicle to replace their classic postal truck. Rut, Tanner and Adam answer the call, modify the used automobile of their choice, and put it through a series of tests to find out which could make the best new postal delivery vehicle.
The guys thumb their nose at common sense and take to the snowy peaks of the Rocky Mountains to test all-wheel drive convertibles in challenges that make the Winter Olympics look like a walk in the park. But will they freeze to death doing it?
With more Americans than ever flocking to cities, is the American dream of four wheeled freedom dying? Or is there a perfect city car? The guys navigate the concrete jungle and all the dangers that lurk within to find the perfect city car.
In an unprecedented opportunity, Tanner, Adam, and Rutledge head to Cuba where they test and modify three classic American cars, then attempt to make history by competing in a government-sanctioned drag race and become the first Americans to legally race in Cuba in a half-century.
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