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For car enthusiasts who need their daily dose of awesome automotive video content, here are 8 car YouTube channels to follow.
Whether you’re fan of car mods, hot rods or just cars in general, there’s definitely a YouTube channel on this list that suits your interest. Here are 10 awesome car YouTube channels to follow.
Known for their informative and witty videos, Marty and Moog of Mighty Car Mods have amassed a strong following on YouTube with over 2.7 million subscribers. Topics that they cover on their channel include modifications, DIY automotive projects, and more.
Besides covering car modifications and reviews, Car Throttle also produces entertaining skits about driving. You can also find easily digestible educational videos on there as well. With over 2.1 million subscribers, they are one of the fastest growing YouTube channels for the next generation of young car fans.
If you love learning about cars that aren't available in Singapore, you can’t go wrong with Doug DeMuro’s YouTube channel. Specializing in car reviews, his self-deprecating style of humour is a breath of fresh air in an industry that takes itself too seriously.
From tips to car builds, Deboss Garage is the great YouTube channel to follow if you enjoy tinkering around with your ride. The videos might be rough around the edges, but they are surely educational and informative.
With over 3.7 million subscribers, ChrisFix has certainly found his niche in the automotive scene. Focusing on car repairs, he teaches both beginners and experts how to save money by repairing and fixing their cars on their own.
If you enjoy content put out by BuzzFeed, you’ll surely enjoy the videos by Donut Media. Mashing pop culture and automobiles, they cover everything from motor sports, auto news and humorous car pranks.
YouTube channel carwow takes car reviews to the next level. Instead of simply talking about the cars, they take them down to a long stretch of road and race them against one another. They’ve certainly carved a niche for themselves with their high-octane content.
That’s right! We have our very own YouTube channel. Started earlier this year, we’ve slowly building up our library of content and would appreciate all the support we can get. Helmed by Motorist.sg’s very own Shafiah, she explores the ins and outs of being a p-plate driver in Singapore. She also dabbles with humorous skits every alternate week.
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