The father-son duo is back to continue the family tradition of designing and fabricating some of the world’s most innovative custom cars. This time, Doug and Brad are ready to show the world they can take on any vehicle, new or old, and transform them into one of a kind, viral sensations.
This season, the DeBertis push the limits on the innovation and Brad puts the ‘pedal to the metal’ like never before to keep his racing dreams alive on the returning series, TWIN TURBOS, premiering Monday, December 9, at 10pm ET/PT on Discovery.
Here are 3 things to look forward to in the new season of Twin Turbos:
1. They want to revolutionize the truck industry: With another SEMA auto show ‘Best in Show’ award under their belt, they hope to repeat with a design that will revolutionize the truck industry with a truck they call ‘The Transformer Truck.’ Their idea-take all the storage of a not so stylish stock tool truck and hide it all within the seemingly stock body of a F-250. But the transformation is easier said than done, and with SEMA just a couple months away, tensions rise as they feel as if they may have gotten in over their heads on this one-of-a-kind DeBerti build.
2. Brad wants to keep pursuing his dreams of being a champion racecar driver: On top of building groundbreaking cars, expanding the family business and moving, Brad fights to keep his racing dreams a reality. Despite winning ‘Rookie of the Year’ in NASCAR, the DeBertis struggle to find a sponsor and is forced to sit the season out. But Brad won’t let that roadblock stop him from reaching the starting line. Harnessing the power of social media, Brad lands the opportunity to shift gears into Rally Racing with a tryout for the Dirtfish rallycross team. But when he arrives for the tryouts, he quickly realizes that he may have bitten off more than he can chew.
3. They are considering expansion: With all the DeBerti’s recent success, comes hard decisions. If they want to expand the business, the shop will need to expand in size. But expansion comes at a big price, forcing them to pull up stakes and move to the heart of racing and car fabrication country –North Carolina. It’s a tough call to make, especially if it means leaving behind family and friends.
In addition to watching the series on Discovery, viewers can check out new episodes each week by downloading the Discovery GO app. Viewers can join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #TwinTurbos and follow Discovery Motor on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for the latest updates.