Watch Jay Leno's Garage (2013)

Though most famous for his career as a stand up comedian and his years hosting late night talk shows, Jay Leno is also widely known as an avid car enthusiast and collector. His private collection contains nearly a thousand vehicles and he frequently writes about his passion for magazines and newspapers.

And on Jay Leno's Garage he has combined his screen presence and gear head inclinations in a short format show where he talks about the cars and motorbikes in his collection as well as other vehicles of interest to him.

On the show Leno reviews cars and motorbikes, and showcases some of the rare items in his collection from antiques like his 1906 Stanley Steamer to the latest concept supercars, and even some famous vehicles from the big screen such as the most recent Batmobile from the Christopher Nolan series.

Aside from reviewing and test driving the vehicles the show also goes on the road, with outings to events such as Pixar's Motorama.

The show was the winner of three Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Short Format Non-Fiction Show.

NBC
2 Seasons, 108 Episodes
Automotive, Reality
2.7/5
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  • Brian Case and Lee Conn of Motus Motorcycles stop by the garage to give Jay the full tour of their motorcycle product line including the sporty 1650cc liquid-cooled V4, 180 bhp MSTR model.

  • After driving it across four states from Portland, Oregon, Clayton Paddison stops by the garage to show Jay how he hot-rodded his 1927 Ford Model T on a budget.

  • Designed by the father of the "100 Million Dollar Look", Virgil Exner, the 1961 Chrysler 300G was affectionately known as "The Bankers Hotrod". Jay, along with Model G Expert Bob Jasinski, gives us an in-depth look at Chrysler's first true gentlemen's sportscar.

  • Jay Leno hits Willow Springs Raceway to drive the most famous car in the world, the new Aston Martin DB11 before James Bond.

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