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Let us take you behind the wheel, under the hood and inside the showrooms of the world's most exciting cars! Enginuity brings you the latest in automotive technology and showcases the shiniest and sleekest vehicles on the market. Featured stories include green motoring, the races, new gadgets with a regular "blast from the past" segment.

Enginuity is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (71 episodes). The series first aired on February 16, 2018.

Where do I stream Enginuity online? Enginuity is available for streaming on Ammo Content, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Enginuity on demand at Amazon, Vudu online.

Ammo Content
4 Seasons, 71 Episodes
February 16, 2018
Cast: Ferrari, Bugatti
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  • Should an electric car go vroom, vroom like its internal combustion ancestors, make a noise like a space ship in Star Wars, or emit the tranquil sounds of birdsong? The EN-V, short for Electric Networked Vehicle, certainly looks like the future. Zero-polluting hydrogen buses that emit only water have begun carrying passengers in central London.

  • On the outside it appears to be an ordinary convertible Beetle. But this Beetle Bug isn't powered with petrol, nor does it use bio-fuel. This car runs on treated sewage. And bicycle makers in Budapest have unveiled a new, chainless bicycle, the Stringbike, which they hope will consign the oily chain to history.

  • Restored trains and tracks will provide a credible alternative to road transport along some of China's busiest routes. But renovating the railway was quite an undertaking. And across three countries in Southern Africa, teams of motorcycle riders are challenged with numerous tasks in the Bmw gs Trophy - a seven-day event designed to test both motorbikes and their riders.

  • A year after the American car industry faced near extinction, a record breaking share offer and bullish future for General Motors set the scene for a revivified Los Angeles Auto Show, as stunning concept cars from the likes of Jaguar, Audi, and Lexus share floor space with plenty of green alternatives and a return to the US of Fiat after 27 years.

  • Electric vehicles like the Chevy Volt and the Nissan LEAF are about to hit the market, leaving potential customers wondering exactly where they can recharge them. A group of autonomous vehicles that can navigate roads without human intervention have arrived in Shanghai, China, ending a record 15,000 kilometre test drive from their starting point in Italy.

  • The Continental Supersports Convertible is the fastest, most potent drop-top Bentley ever built - zero to 100 kilometres per hour in just 4.2 seconds and atop speed of 325 kilometres per hour. It's also the fastest four-seat convertible in the world. Consumer car safety body Euro NCAP (PRON en-cap) presented its first Euro NCAP advanced awards for safety innovations at the Paris Motor Show.

  • The Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale has made its on-track debut at Italy's Mugello Circuit. Briton Johnny Herbert, one of motor sport's most successful drivers and winner in Formula One, Le Mans and Sebring, was at the wheel of the fastest, lightest, most powerful car in the Maserati range.

  • Better known for its prestige cars and high-powered motorcycles, German auto manufacturer BMW has looked to the future and moved into the world of electric scooters. And Renault is among those at the forefront of the clean energy crusade, presenting four electric cars at the Paris Motor Show.

  • An amusement park near Seoul has become the first public venue for the system which provides electric power to buses via recharging strips embedded in the road. The strips transfer energy to an onboard battery through magnets connected to the bus's chassis. Flashback to a hundred years ago, when Dutch aviation legend Anthony Fokker built his first aeroplane.

  • In recent months, the sun has entered a period of high activity, blasting tonnes of plasma into interplanetary space. The flares are constantly monitored by the European Space Agency or ESA's Soho Mission and other international spacecraft. Kong Pharith, a former teacher in Cambodia has produced the country's first solar car, and is hoping to sell it in his home country.

  • The team at Horizon fuel cell technologies think they have solved the problem of hydrogen fuel cell storage. The "elevated high-speed bus" is a futuristic concept vehicle which carries passengers above street level, straddling the lanes below and allowing motor vehicles to pass underneath.

  • A group of high school students from the DeLaSalle School in Kansas City, Missouri and their mentors, including engineers from Bridgestone Americas' Technical Center in Akron, Ohio, have just concluded tests on a student-built electric car at Bridgestone's Texas Proving Grounds - and may have set a world record for efficiency.

  • German carmaker BMW has revealed its second-generation X3, claiming the luxury SUV will be one of the most fuel-efficient mid-sized off-roaders on the market. Tests carried out in a Mir Deep Submergence Vehicle have revealed a controversial pulp and paper mill is polluting the pristine waters of Lake Baikal in Russia.

  • Swedish aero giant SAAB showed off its Gripen NextGeneration demonstrator fighter for the first time at the Farnborough International Air show. NASCAR racing is taken very seriously in Charlotte, North Carolina. It generates more 5 billion dollars a year for the local economy and is by far the most popular sporting event.

  • A car that runs on compressed air, emitting only a breeze of fresh air might seem like a dream. Flashback to the Third Avenue El, the elevated railway that took New Yorkers above and across the city from 1878 to 1973.

  • Three years in planning, construction of the Bloodhound SSC, or super- sonic car, is about to start, with the record attempt slated for 2012 in South Africa. Korean car giant Kia Motors has upped the ante of its compact sports cars, incorporating a new Dynamax All-Wheel-Drive system into its newly released Kia Sportage.

  • A small Zagreb-based company, Dok-Ing, has won global recognition with innovative high-tech products, like de-mining robots used by the U.S. army in Iraq and Afghanistan, and is now determined to get a foothold in the nascent electric car market. Plus, a racing car made from vegetables and fueled by chocolate.

  • With the muffled roar of a jet engine, the test vehicle an Israeli start-up company hopes will prove to be the future of the hybrid electric car, ignites. A Japanese environmental group says it's set a new world-record for the longest running electric vehicle without recharging. Researchers at North Carolina State have written a program that uses algorithms to sort visual data and make decisions.

  • Scientists are now converting materials like grass and woodchips into cleaner burning biofuel at a similar cost to producing a gallon of gasoline. Any automobile traveling through the air meets the problem of wind resistance, so engineers set about applying the principles of streamlining to the automobile.

  • Driving full speed through the streets of bustling Taipei City, known as the "Salamander" this electric car operates on Zinc Oxygen Energy (ZOE) fuel cells. The Parrot A.R. Drone, a lightweight quadricopter made of plastic, was launched amid much fanfare in London recently. One New York Company is making cooking oil a valuable commodity in the fight against climate change.

  • American car company Fisker Automotive has been awarded a half billion dollar loan from the US Department of Energy to create affordable, fuel-efficient plug-in hybrid electric cars. Most people are aware of Volvo's reputation for manufacturing safe cars, but Volvo cars are also successful on the racetrack and in rallying.

  • Romania's electric cars, Alpine's comeback, and drifting in the car park

  • The future of motoring, the latest connected cars, and all about wheels nuts.

  • The two-second pit stop, Classic German vehicles, thrills, and spills.

  • Formula E hits Hong Kong, Ferrari introduces its four-seater in Paris and drifting in South Africa.

  • The Paris Motor Show, Discovery Five, and the winding roads of Majorca.

  • The new Volvo Cross Country, the new Discovery Seven Seater, and autonomous driving with Volvo.

  • The new Bolt Ev, the Mii by Cosmopolitan, and driving in the French Alps.

  • Panasonic Jaguar reveal their I-type race car, Felipe Massa makes quick friends, and Ferrari Racing Days at Hockenheim.

  • The Best of the Best Design awards, cruising the Transfagarasan highway, and the fastest truck in the world.

  • The Heathrow Train Challenge, Christian Danner back in the driving seat, and Bentley tackles the outback.

  • The Rolls Royce of the future, Jaguar storm chaser, and Moscow to Beijing - the hard way.

  • A sibling to the well-established and popular Mirage hatchback, the all-new Mirage G4 brings consumers a fresh dose of clean style, environmental consciousness, agility, connectivity, affordability and value.

  • Chevrolet engineers have been working to select the right materials and manufacturing processes for their range of trucks. German magazine "Motor Klassik" have crowned the brand-new Alfa Romeo Giulia as a "Future Classic" in the mid-size category.

  • Alteca, the new urban comfort Suv from seat named after the small, charming Spanish village just 100 kilometers away from Saragosa. Tradition meets innovation: The sixth generation of the E-Class Estate stands out from the crowd, especially for its future-proof technology and intelligently flexible load configurations.

  • Audi has launched the second generation of the Audi A5 - with a new, honed look and high tech everywhere. Carnet, Cooperative Automotive Research Network, the first major research and innovation hub to focus on the automotive field and urban mobility of the future of Barcelona.

  • Two pioneers, Andre Borschbery and Bertrand Piccard are attempting to fly solo around the globe in an aircraft powered only by the sun. Hong Kong is set to host ePrix in 2016 and feature on season three of the FIA Formula E Championship.

  • The Toyota Prius is the first car to have undergone Euro Ncap's newest tests of autonomous emergency braking technology for pedestrians. Miami is the exclusive lifestyle location for the Huracan Lp 610-4 Spyder's global dynamic launch.

  • Chevrolet and 16-time NHRA champion John Force introduced the all-new 2016 Camaro SS Funny Car. Autonomous driving is already possible, once the legal obstacles have been overcome, self piloted cars will soon be a normal sight in road traffic.

  • The World Rally Championships return to Europe for Rally Portugal, one of the original WRC events now back in its traditional home. KIA have revealed their second generation 2017 model Cadenza in New York, the first for KIA with Front Wheel Drive and 8 speed auto transmission.

  • Leading movie stunt driver Mark Higgins took on one of the world's best drone pilots in a unique 'cat-and-mouse' challenge that showcased how future technology could influence car chase filming. Buick have launched the their all new 2017 Model Encore in New York.

  • To mark its centenary year in 2016, the BMW Group is looking further ahead than usual with a series of Vision Vehicles designed to anticipate and respond to people's future mobility needs. Bridgestone introduces their latest product innovation called Bridgestone Drive Guard a tyre that will keep you moving even with a puncture.

  • The Order Books are open for the all new Jaguar F-Type SVR: The 200mph All-Weather Supercar. The first-ever 2017 Crossover Touring 5 (XT5) is a comprehensively upgraded luxury crossover and the cornerstone of a new series of crossovers for Cadillac.

  • SUV's have become very popular in the last five to ten years and now they are a very important market segment. SNORE is a family of off-road racers that promotes desert racing in and around the Las Vegas area. The First-ever Cadillac CT6 Plug-in hybrid to achieve more than 65 mpg.

  • Named one of the 2015 Top Ten Startups of the New Automotive Industry, Elio Motors moves closer to production and is showcasing the Elio P5 prototype. General Motors present the stunning Buick Avista Concept. The British Motorsport Festival is held in Beijing.