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Robert Downey Jr. is producing a tv series ft. eco-friendly old school cars

May 18, 2022 - Wednesday 3:05 PM by Ice Martinez

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The series will be unscripted and Robert Downey Jr. will he hosting to feature his very own cars. 

The working title of the project is “Downey’s Dream Cars” which is produced by Team Downey, led by Robert himself and Susan Downey, as well as the Boar Rocker’s Matador Content. It is expected to launch late this year and will exclusively air on Warner Bros. Discovery streaming platform.

The story goes around Downey turning sports and muscle cars in his own garage into eco-friendly automobiles for the 21st century. He will be joined by a team of experts to revive his classic cars. The main objective is to look into restoring battered global environment by creating eco-friendly automobiles fit for the 21st century.

“My goal is to showcase that it’s possible to keep the integrity of classic cars while leveraging new tech and innovation to make them more eco-friendly,” said Robert Downey Jr. in a statement.

The latest show, Downey’s Dream Cars, aims to bring his passion for climate change to the car restoration space. The transformation series highlights Downey’s prized cars showcasing the power and style that made the vintage automobiles legendary. 

“We are excited to bring audiences a series that shows the spirit of who Downey is and puts his passion for the environment center stage. That, and who better than Robert Downey Jr. to make eco-friendly cars look this good?” Nancy Daniels, chief brand officer of Discovery and factual, said in her own statement.


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