Jay Leno explores the cars behind the world's most powerful crime-fighters. He practices high-speed maneuvers with the LAPD, plays superhero for the day in a Batmobile, and talks Ghostbusters and Blues Brothers with gearhead Dan Aykroyd.
Jay takes a motorcycle road trip with rock legend Anthony Kiedis, learns how to drive like James Bond with stuntman Ben Collins, and cruises through the Hollywood Hills with his own personal icon, jazzman Herbie Hancock.
Jay faces off against his old friend and rival, Tim Allen, in a Camry with 800 horsepower; meets a man who turns rust-buckets into race-worthy works of art; cruises with David Spade and goes head-to-head against a jet-powered ex-Mennonite.
Jay explores the deep emotional bond people have with cars. He meets one of Joe Biden's great loves, a '67 Corvette; sets up a race between the Vice President and Colin Powell; rides with Bill Goldberg; and goes camping Gabriel Iglesias.
Jay dives deep into the world of unrestored classic cars and the passionate collectors who pay big bucks for them including Jerry Seinfeld's Porsches, a vintage racecar with Patrick Dempsey, and a Las Vegas man who owns 33 1941 Cadillacs.
Jay Leno rides in rock legend Sammy Hagar's "I Can't Drive 55" Ferrari; visits Brad Paisley's tour bus; dresses up in the iconic Liberace Zimmer; and chauffeurs car lover and pop legend Kelly Rowland in a million dollar vintage Bentley.
Jay Leno puts Joey Logano into a 1960s race car; talks Corvettes with Caitlyn Jenner and Kendall Jenner; explores autonomous driving in a Tesla and 1956 Firebird; and meets a high school teen that designs a new type of solar race car.
Jay and comedian pal Jeff Dunham race the fastest amphibious cars on the market, then Jay hits the high seas in a massive Navy hovercraft, fights fire with a vintage steam truck and drives a wet race course wearing a drunk-simulation suit.
Jay explores the influence of outer space on car design, technology and culture. He visit Edwards Air Force Base with astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson and discusses space's influence on design with pop culture historian Charles Phoenix.