* Catch the brand new series on iconic automobiles, Mon-Fri @ 10pm
Mumbai, October 2011): If your heart pounds to the vroom of highly sophisticated engines, then National Geographic Channel’s latest offering ‘Nat Geo Super Cars’ is the show for you. The series that premiered on October 10, aims to indulge the viewers in the temptation of most coveted cars in the world every Monday to Friday at 10 pm.
Nat Geo is also running an exciting viewer engagement contest lucky winners of which will win tickets to the F1 being held for the first time in India in October.
Nat Geo Super Cars, in its very unique format will take a look under the hood of some of the most unique automobiles made by mankind. From crafting parts by hand with robotic precision to utilizing airplane parts to make cars, the 20 part series will get up close and personal with lusted machines that only a handful of people in the entire world have ever got to experience.
The show will feature actor Rajeev Khandelwal in a rugged avatar, surrounded by entourage of high-end cars like Bentley, Aston Martin, Chevy Volt, Camaro, Viper and Dodge Challenger et al around him. Khandelwal will be seen not only introducing the ‘Rich and Famous’ who own these cars, but also educating the viewers about the technology behind the iconic automobiles.
Nat Geo Super Cars will feature ultimate beauties like Camaro, Chevy Volt, Maserati, Mercedes, Bentley, Aston Martin, Jaguars, Rolls Royce, BMW, Porsche, Audi, Ferrari, Lamborghini and Bugatti. The show will also cover the aspects like the markets for availability of these cars and the attributes of the machine.
Speaking about the show, Mr. Keertan Adyanthaya, Managing Director, National Geographic Network and Fox International Channels India said, “Nat Geo Super Cars promises to thrill car lovers with its fast paced visuals and interesting insights into the manufacturing stories of these automobiles. Rajeev Khandelwal has done a marvellous job highlighting beauty and uniqueness of these machines in his introductions and promotions. We are certain our show will a success even among viewers who are not die-hard car lovers”.