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World's Most Epic reveals the technical mysteries and secret history behind airplanes, tanks, ships, cars, trains, and more. They are remarkably powerful and have all had a profound impact on land, water, and air transport. Each episode will focus on a different class of vehicle, ranging from flying giants, to ships unmatched for their cutting-edge technology, to monster tanks, muscular mega cars, and amazing trains. Among those looked at are the king of the paved roads, the Bugatti Chiron; the Pilatus Railway that manages to climb grades of over 40 percent; the CV90, the most modern and versatile infantry fighting tank in the world, and the world's most exclusive business jet that can be booked for $700,000 per hour.
A cutting-edge ship, the Yacht Express, must transport a load of super yachts worth 188 million dollars, and expert engineering makes this dangerous and high-stakes mission possible.
One of the world's biggest and strongest trucks is a 300-ton machine. The Caterpillar 797B Dump Truck hauls 380 tons of rock. Its expert engineering makes dangerous mining work in the remote Canadian wilderness possible.
One of the biggest and most advanced cruise ships in the world must navigate a narrow waterway to reach the sea, and expert engineering makes this perilous journey possible. Using tugboats, the Norwegian Joy slowly travels stern first the 20 miles from the Meyer-Werft Shipyard at Papenburg, Germany via the Ems River to the North Sea.
Deep in the Arctic, a team of engineers must move an entire town, and expert engineering makes this dangerous and high-stakes transport possible. The land under Malmberget, Sweden is sinking since one of the biggest iron ore mines on earth is 4000 feet below it. With its historic importance to Sweden, the state-run mining company LKAB is moving the 3200 residents, the homes, and buildings to Koskullskulle 4 miles away.
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