Some of the best shows today are found on OTT or streaming platforms. If you are a fan of automotive content, there is no reason you can’t find the shows that you love on popular video streaming platforms!
This is the first installment in our series of articles on the best automotive shows on streaming platforms. Here, we dive into Netflix!
Netflix has become synonymous with video content with high-quality productions. It has also become the inspiration of copious amounts of memes and internet jokes. However, if you are interested in car shows you can binge on, here is our list.
West Coast Customs
If you love car remodeling, then you will find this show irresistible. Follow Ryan Friedlinghaus and his team as they mod ordinary cars into scary beasts. People who watched Pimp My Ride will remember this auto shop.
This show spices things up with appearances from celebrities, including Justin Beiber. However, you might be more interested in seeing ordinary cars transform into Batmobiles!
As the name suggests, get ready to get your adrenaline pumping with this show that involves 28 international competitors! They will try to hit and miss obstacles as they drift through a race track. The fastest time wins, with the slowest racers eliminated, until a winner emerges and is crowned the Hyperdrive Champion.
The show features interesting characters whose stories you would identify with. They also bring their own cars.
Comedians in cars getting coffee
What do comedians and coffee have to do on a car show? Find out as popular comedian Jerry Seinfeld takes a famous friend in a classic car and go get some coffee. The show is about their chat in the car and at the coffee shop.
Sounds basic, right? Not on Seinfield’s watch! Each episode starts with a brief history of the classic car he is taking out. You will also get to pick up new insights about your favorite celeb from the raw conversations.
Rust Valley Restorer
Do you like to see dead classic cars come back to life? If yes, you will enjoy following Mike Hall and his best friend/son as they perform the art of resurrection on forgotten cars from the past.
You could even buy one of the vehicles restored on the show as the goal is to sell them in Hall’s lot at affordable prices. The show also accepts beaten-down cars from clients and restores them right on the show!
There is lots of humor going around on the show to keep you entertained.