You might be getting excited counting the days to Christmas, but add an extra 20 days to your advent calendar because you’re not going to want to miss the first episode of WhichCar when it hits Channel Ten on January 13.
Season one is locked and loaded, ready to blast into homes around the country in a kaleidoscope of automotive colour with something for every four-wheel fan.
WhichCar TV will present a broad cross section of cars and the best hardware in every segment. Flick on your set on Sunday afternoon and you’ll see everything from vicious supercars destroying tyres, the toughest four-wheel drives scaling seemingly impossible trails and the very latest new models for every budget.
We’ve been to Australia’s highest peaks, iciest snow fields and driest deserts, we’ve searched for Japan’s ultimate driving roads, and hunted down the most extraordinary vehicles from almost every manufacturer. If it’s a car worth talking about, it’ll be on WhichCar TV, but putting it all together hasn’t been an easy process. It’s taken months of traveling Australia and the world to take these incredible adventures, advice, reviews and stories, from behind the wheel to your living room.
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