Hot Rods and Muscle Cars
This two-hour special tells the story of the rise, fall and resurrection of the hot rod culture in America, born underground by mavericks who loved speed, power and engineering. Highlighting the most iconic, pavement-shredding muscle cars in history--the outlaw cars that broke all the rules--it will feature the rebels who built them, the renegades who drove them and the indelible imprint they left on American culture.
Battle of the 80s Supercars with David Hasselhoff
In this two-hour special, "Knight Rider" star David Hasselhoff sets out to prove how the iconic 80's KITT car inspired and revolutionized the car industry for years to come. From one of the fastest vehicles on the planet, to an amphibious sports car, Hasselhoff will pull back the curtain, meet the mavericks, and get behind the wheel of some of the wildest cars out there. The special will culminate with iconic vehicles and their drivers lining up for a one-of-a-kind race with Hasselhoff in the KITT car, Dirk Benedict in the A Team Squad Van from "The A-Team," and Erik Estrada in the motorcycle from the police drama television series "ChiPs.
Executive produced by Dale Earnhardt Jr., this two-hour special highlights the innovative, fearless and larger-than-life renegades who devoted their lives to pursuing the world's most perilous speed records--and breaking them. Featuring interviews with fanatical "speed demons," the show chronicles the history of speed through the eyes of those most passionate about it. The program will also follow the inimitable Ed Shadle, a speed record holder, as he makes a pulse-pounding attempt to set the first speed record in 20 years.
Hot Wheels: 50th Anniversary Special
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of one of the most popular toys in the world--Hot Wheels--this special will tell the history of this iconic toy's journey and the brand's multi-generational influence on car culture and design.
The Lost Corvette
The Corvette is America's sports car, but there is one year in which this iconic brand went missing. In 1983, no Corvette was ever released to the American public.