Motor Trend YouTube Channel Round Up: What to Watch For
Motor Trend has lauched its all new YouTube channel, and if you're wondering what's got enthusiasts the world over buzzing, you can check out our roundup, complete with teasers and first episodes, below: Epic Drives Motor Trend takes the coolest cars out onto the most desirable roads, and a crew is there to film it all for, you know, evidence. Blending exotic locales and performance beasts, MT, you might be on to something here. Ignition Take the driver's seat for first tests of cars, trucks, and SUVs, wherever in the world they may be found. How does jetting off to Italy for 24 hours in a Lamborghini Aventador sound? Catch Ignition every Monday. Wide Open Throttle Newsworthy issues from the automotive world are discussed by the experts. You never know who may pop by the studio to discuss the latest happenings. Head 2 Head Every Wednesday Head 2 Head—if the name doesn't say it well enough—delivers a new and intriguing matchup ranging from classics such as the Porsche 911 and Chevy Corvette, to more unusual and diverse competitors, and promises to do so with "personality, opinion, and perspective." The enthusiast in us is quietly drooling. Hot Rod Unlimited The magazine staffs of Car Craft, Chevy High Performance, Camaro Performers, 5.0 Mustang, and others bring you topical issues that are anything but ordinary, with subjects as varied as the magazines themselves. From hot rods and street machines to wrenching and racing, HRU has it covered. Premieres February 10th. Roadkill Every third Friday of the month Hot Rod's David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan take you along on an adventure that's sure to be entertaining—one of the shows features a 1500-hp (yes, you read that right) Camaro called the F-bomb. Enough said. On Two Wheels Crews from Motorcyclist, Dirt Rider and others unleash their passion for every two-wheeled machine. Catch first tests and rides. On Two Wheels appears every other Wednesday. The Down Shift Cars and car culture span a broad world, and the guys from Low Rider, 4Wheeler, and Import Tuner bring all the people, places, and machines out of the norm. Check for new shows every Tuesday. Source: Motor Trend
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