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A look at the exciting development of the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, which began life as an unauthorised project referred to only by its code name.
An inside look at the engineering of the first four-wheel drive Ferrari with four full-sized seats. It also has one of the most powerful engines ever built at the plant in Maranello.
A sneak peek inside Ford's innovative production plant in Detroit, where the latest luxury Mustang has proved a symbol of hope in troubled economic times.
Head to Italy's `Motor Valley' and discover the ground-breaking engineering behind the Aventador LP700-4, a supercar capable of doing 0-100km/h in less than three seconds.
A look at the innovation behind the Gumpert Apollo Enraged. Hand-built in Germany, the $1million street-legal racing car uses some of the finest components Europe has to offer.
Sir Ratan Tata is a man on a mission: to make India's roads safer by getting people off motorbikes and into the world's cheapest car.
It's the most popular construction toy in the world. Children all over the world spend over five billion hours a year playing with Lego bricks.
The 747 has been due for an upgrade since the Airbus A380 took Boeing's crown for size and capacity in 2007, a record it had held for decades.
A step-by-step look at the making of Alstom's latest revolutionary high-speed train: the AGV. Alstom holds three rail speed records, could it be about to break another?
Take a look inside one of the largest tyre factories in the world, manufacturing products for everything from motorcycles to the space shuttle.
The Cathedral of Rum in San Juan, Puerto Rico opens its doors, revealing how it makes 20 million cases of rum a year from a 150-year-old recipe.
Featuring access to the crew of Air Force One, their two ageing planes, and the secret operation to replace them with a new aircraft.
A look at the metal-chomping monster takes up the floor space of an entire factory and can reduce the equivalent of 450 cars an hour to little more than pulp.
The Panama Canal passes 200 million tons of cargo through its gates every year.
The team show how France's `Train à Grande Vitesse' was made possible. The train regularly reaches speeds exceeding 300 kilometres per hour and is considered the fastest train on Earth.
The Timofey Guzhenko is the biggest ice-breaking ship in the Arctic Ocean.
Former NASA engineer Chad Zdenek joins an aircraft-dismantling team in Mississippi as a Boeing 747 lands on the runway for the last time; Zdenek cuts his way through the cabin, cockpit and four jet engines to strip the plane into six million parts.
Experts take apart the heaviest plane ever built. Mind-boggling in size and design, the Antonov AN-255 is an astounding feat of engineering.
Chad Zdenek joins a salvage team to tear apart the world's biggest hovercraft and reveal the engineering innovations that made it a legend of its time; Chad joins the crew of an LCAC, the U.S. Navy's state-of-the art military hovercraft.
Take apart the $150 billion International Space station to uncover the extraordinary innovations that enable it to support life in deadly space.
Chad Zdenek joins a team responsible for stripping down and rebuilding the biggest aircraft in the U.S. Air Force's arsenal, the Lockheed C5 Super Transporter; Chad sees how engineering overcame the design flaws that once grounded the C5 fleet.