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Netflix’s in-car show promises to be brutal: video

Netflix's in-car show promises to be brutal: video

Internationally acclaimed Netflix, which airs movies and series, has made another big ad to help car enthusiasts, but when you watch the trailer, the show is likely to also be seen by those who don’t particularly like cars.

An American company that has been in business since 1997 can be a guarantee of success, because what you touch will often turn it into gold. The new car show was dubbed “Hyperdrive,” and the creators themselves relied on the films Deadly Pace as well as the popular Ninja Warrior, a skill race that was also played on TV2 in Hungary.

The essence of the TV show is that the participants compete with each other while performing various tasks and tricks with rare sports cars. The first episode was filmed in Rochester in Eastman Business Park, where cars like the Chevrolet Corvette, Nissan 350Z, Mazda RX-7, Nissan S13 Silvia, Lamborghini Huraka or the sprawling Mercedes-AMG GT were parked.

The show is produced by famous Hollywood star Charlize Theron. Participants will include truck drivers, messengers, law students, millionaires, fashion models, and even lumberjacks.

The show will receive a total of 10 episodes, with 28 contestants participating.

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