Top 100 Autos & Vehicles
1. Top Gear
Conceived by Andy Wilman and Jeremy Clarkson, this show is one of the most commercially successful programs by BBC. Based in Britain, it focuses on motor vehicles, especially cars; their content is made of timed laps of prominent cars, different monitoring-based challenges, special races etc. Its episodes are broadcasted internationally in countries like North America, Europe, South-East Asia and many more.
Their YouTube channel is from BBC studios and was created in 2006. Since then, they religiously post 12 videos on average each month and have successfully managed to gather a net worth of $4.8 million. They have also amassed approximately 5.6 million subscribers on their YouTube channel.
An American magazine based on automotive content uses YouTube as a platform to compare different cars with each other. There are two different kinds of comparisons: “Regular”, where two or three vehicles are scrutinized and “Big Tests” where five to seven vehicles are compared against each other. “Head 2 Head” is a series on this channel where they upload their best comparison of the month.
Creating content on YouTube since 2006, they now have more than 6.2 million subscribers and a net worth of $1.9 million. On average, 17 new videos get posted on Motor Trend’s channel each month.
ChrisFix has been an American, automotive DIY Youtuber since 2008. He has successfully helped a lot of people save their money by teaching them how to fix their cars step-by-step. The great thing about his content is that it is helpful for beginners as it is very detailed and the steps are easy to follow, and as well as experts who can learn something new from the many tips in Chris’s videos.
Chris’ channel has been very successful and its evidence lies in how his YouTube channel has 5.1 million subscribers and the fact that he has been able to generate a net worth of $1.6 million through ChrisFix. Usually, he uploads a new video after every 10 days.
Juca Viapri, a Vine phenomenon, was already popular and further established himself on social media, especially on Twitter before Vine was created. He belongs from Mexico and his name has been spotted on a list of the most trending celebrities.
He created his YouTube account in 2014 though, where he has an audience of 5 million subscribers approximately. Through the channel, 27 year old Juca has also been able to earn himself a net worth of $1.6 million. On average, he posts 8 videos in a month and has also been involved with a new YouTube series called “Camino De Estupideces”.
Konstantin Zarutsky is the person running the YouTube channel AcademeG . Although he created the channel in 2010, his first review was not posted until 2013. His channel is Russian-based where he explores different cars, choosing to criticize on their flaws and critiquing them.
AcademeG did not gain much popularity until 2015 after the launch of Pontorezka project. Even in the beginning of 2016, he only had around 500 thousand subscribers. As of 2019 though, it has gained 3.7 million subscribers and successfully generated a net worth of $2.3 million. He posts approximately 5 videos each month.
Also a Russian YouTube channel, smotraTV is run by Eric Davidovich. He is also the founder of the auto-community known as “Smotra.ru”. Since 2009, Eric has successfully managed to capture the attention of car lovers, the evidence lying in his channel’s approximate subscriber count of 3.5 million. SmotraTV not only includes the reviews of different motor vehicles but also some conversations regarding life etc.
In 2010, after an incident among the participants of a motor rally in Russia, Smotra rapidly gained the public’s attention. Since then, they have amassed a net worth of $1.1 million through their YouTube channel where they post 4 videos monthly.
7. Moto Madness
Although Moto Madness is based in Australia, their videos are submitted by people from all over the world. These different clips are then compiled and uploaded on this channel with titles such as “Bikers are awesome”, “Stupid, Crazy & Angry People Vs Bikers" etc. Viewers get to enjoy a lot of entertaining content where bikers seek thrill by being borderline reckless and even breaking laws.
Moto Madness was created in 2007 and has gathered a massive audience of 3.3 million subscribers. The owner earns a lot too through these compilations as this channel has generated a net worth of $3.8 million.
Born in Mexico, Alejandro migrated to the United States with his best friend when he turned 19. Now at 34 years of age, he is an entrepreneur, a film producer and a YouTuber. On his channel, his videos are focused on different supercars, many of which he owns. After all, he is known for his exquisite collection of the most expensive models of cars.
His affluence is said to have partly influenced the growth of his subscribers who are now approximately 3.1 million in number. From Salomundo itself, Alejandro has earned a net worth of $1.5 million, however, his other businesses are quite successful too.
Mighty Car Mods, formerly known as Mighty Mods, is run by a couple of friends, Marty and Moog. The YouTube series are based on automotive projects that they carry out at home, revolving around car-enthusiast culture and DIY car modifications. This journey started when they recorded videos in Marty’s mum’s driveways and joined YouTube in 2008. Now they post an average of 5 videos monthly.
Based in Australia, Marty and Moog have a net worth of $639,000. This can be credited to the 3.1 million subscribers they have currently which keep on growing. They keep their content infused with adventures and automotive Aussie humor as well which keeps the viewers entertained and their channel distinguished from other similar YouTubers.
10. Doug DeMuro
Doug DeMuro is an American automotive author, columnist, and a reviewer, scrutinizing cars and offering his opinions on them. These vehicles are either chosen by him for a review or they have been suggested by others. He assesses the cars using his “DougScore” which is a unique way and based on multiple factors. The comedic nature of his videos is also one of the reasons why he rapidly rose to fame. Therefore, his eponymous YouTube channel has amassed over 3 million subscribers and has gathered a net worth of $3.3 million as well. On average, he posts 9 videos each month.
The person behind this channel is Brian Scotto, a 38 year old car fanatic. Based in America, he has successfully converted his passion for cars –stemming from his childhood– into a profession. Not only is he an automotive journalist for a magazine but also co-founded Hoonigan Industries with his friend, Ken Block.
Although Scott is quite renowned for his work on Gymkhana series, he caught the public attention after a web series called “Field Trip” was aired on TheHoonigans via YouTube. Since he created his channel in 2010, he has amassed more than 2.8 million subscribers. He also has a net worth of $1.2 million which has gathered through the automotive content he uploads on YouTube.
12. ILYA STREKAL
It is a Russin-based YouTube channel based on automotive content as well. The owner behind this channel, Ilya, has gathered a net worth $879,000 and amassed over 2.5 million subscribers. “Ilya Strekal” was created in 2013 and currently, 4 videos on average are uploaded each month on this channel.
In his videos, he is seen modifying different cars, changing their parts, testing them out. He is seen reviewing the vehicles as well. He not only shows the audience how he purchases cheap, outdated cars from domestic manufacturers but also how to tune them into a dream car. Moreover, Ilya also discusses the costs and features of repairing outdated cars so that the people viewing his videos know what they are getting into.
Based in America, Kyle Loftis films everything and anything regardless if the race is on street or track. Videos on this channel “1320video” exhibit not only the best street car content from the United States but also highlight and feature different global street races. As revealed by the owner Kyle, the name of the channel is derived from the fact that the traditional length of a drag race is 1320 feet.
He created a YouTube account in 2006 so that he can build a new audience and then send the traffic to his website where he also shared his videos. His business has grown massively since as he now has 2.5 million subscribers solely on his channel on YouTube. Furthermore, he has also earned a net worth of $1.4 million from 1320videos too.
14. Jay Leno’s Garage
In Jay Leno’s Garage, Jay reviews motorcycles, all kinds of cars (classic, vintage, sports, super cars etc.) and compares them against each other. Not only is the audience privy to him exercising his expertise on motor vehicles, they also see his passionate side. His work is distinctive; the evidence of it resting in the Primetime Emmy Award “Outstanding Special Class – Short-Format Nonfiction Program” that he was won for his YouTube series.
Creating content since 2008, his audience consists of 2.5 million subscribers. He uploads a video every Sunday on his channel through which he has also successfully collected a net worth of $947,000.
15. гараж 54
The Russian channel “гараж 54” translated literally to “Garage 54” in English. Since 2013, it is run by an engineer “Vladislav Barashenkov” who along with his colleagues uses imagination to create content for his channel. It also comprises car competitions, car reviews and repairs, car tuning etc. but most dominantly, cars are experimented in different conditions and surreal ways etc. Sometimes, the most important parts of the machines are replaced by random items, and then these modifications are checked and tested. What started with very simple and basic experiments has turned into something entirely bizarre.
Over the span of 6 years, it has gathered 2.1 million subscribers. The net worth generated through “Garage 54” approximates to $483,000. Additionally, they earn their revenue through their gift shop where the public can purchase handmade souvenirs such as stickers, frames and leather key chains.
16. Five Finger Death Punch
Abbreviated as FFDP/5FDP, Five Finger Death Punch is an American heavy metal band. The group members include Zoltan Bathory, Ivan Moody, Jason Hook, Chris Kael and Charlie Engen. Altogether, they have won 2 Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards, one for “Best New Band” in 2009 and the other in 2010, for “Best Breakthrough Band”. Their second album called the, “War is the Answer” was also certified platinum by the RIAA which majorly increased their popularity and made them a success.
The band’s YouTube channel has 176 thousand subscribers through which they have generated an impressive net worth of $1.1 million. They post about 9 videos per month.
17. Car Throttle
Adnan Ebrahim is the founder and CEO of Car Throttle, the largest car community in the world providing a cross-platform for automotive users. He founded it in 2009 when he was just a student unable to find a platform for young, millennial car enthusiasts like him. Now Car Throttle has become the largest car-based YouTube channel in the United Kingdom. It has 2.5 million subscribers and a net worth of $1.1 million that was generated solely from his YouTube channel.
The raving success of Adnan’s channel is recognized by many which is why he is sent many impressive vehicles for test drives. To date, he continues to influence many young car enthusiasts who aspire just to be like him.
Allan Medeiros, the person behind the channel “ALN1001” is a Brazilian YouTuber. He has been recently arrested in January 2019 for violating regulations of YouTube whereas his account is also being processed. He has not been posting many videos recently, regardless, the content of his videos has primarily centered on heavy bikes. It is obvious from his videos how passionate he is about bikes; he is seen riding them and taking them out on test drives. The biggest barrier the viewers encounter is that his videos are in his native language, limiting them only to those who can decipher his language while the general population cannot watch and enjoy them. Even then, his subscribers tally up to 2.5 million in number and has also earned a net worth of $143,000 through his channel.
19. Scotty Kilmer
An eponymous YouTube channel run by Scotty Kilmer is the reason why many mechanics fear for their job. Scotty Kilmer, who has been a mechanic for the past 50 years now decided to share his knowledge with the general public; he provides tips for DIY car repair, reveals hidden secrets in different renowned cars, answers a series of questions and claims to review all cars honestly.
There’s a tools giveaway on each Monday so that people are encouraged to fix their own cars as well. Moreover, he tries his best to keep his content infused with humor so that viewers never have a moment of boredom. Dedicated to his channel since 2007, Scotty uploads a video every day. Successfully, he has amassed 2.4 million subscribers and a net worth of $4.8 million through his hard work.
With its headquarters based in London, United Kingdom, Carwow acts as a platform which people can access to purchase new cars from franchise dealers. Carwow deems haggling as something from the past era which is why they have implemented a completely opposite method of where consumers choose the features and specifications they would require in a car. Then, different car deals forward their offers to these consumers.
Information on different cars is provided by Mat Watson on their YouTube channel where Mat gives an in-depth, detailed review on vehicles and also compares them against each other. From 2014 when they joined YouTube, they have sold over 20,000 cars. Furthermore, as of June 2019, they have 2.3 million subscribers and a net worth of $4.4 million.
21. Engineering Explained
Jason Fenske, the channel owner of “Engineering Explained” is a mechanical engineer graduate from North Carolina State University. He harbors a keen passion for cars which is why it is also his aim to help other car-enthusiasts learn how different vehicles work. Therefore, the content of the videos is based on automotive engineering topics such as how certain car part functions etc. Usually, he posts about 6 videos in a month.
Originally, his content was going to be focused holistically on engineering –the proof lying within his explanations of turbine engines, jet skis, and scuba regulators still available of Engineering Explained– but then Jason’s attention shifted to generation of content that was automotive in nature. He created his account in 2011 and since then, a mass of 2.3 people have subscribed to his channel.
22. Donut Media
Primarily, content is created by this American company for car-enthusiasts. It firmly believes in promoting cars to pop-culture, therefore they fulfill their role by not only distributing but also creating car content across many social channels. Their YouTube channel is related to automotive and they upload multiple videos within a month, all related to supercharged race cars and supercars.
Donut Media is not just informative but entertaining as well. James Pumphery, the face behind the show, successfully combines the world of cars with his knack for humor. Since 2015, they have become a hot destination for automotive content and continue surging towards popularity. Currently, they have gathered 2.1 million subscribers and a net worth of $2.6 million, and they keep on influencing their audience.
23. Vehicle Virgins
Parker Nirenstein, the founder of “Vehicle Virgins” is an engineering student at the University of Michigan. His content is related to automobiles where he drives exotic, high-performance cars and then critiques them. Usually, he borrows cars from private owners or local dealers but during the course of time, manufacturers like Hyundai and Toyota send him latest cars so that he can use them for a test drive.
He records himself while driving different cars and then uploads an average of 15 videos each month. This way he has approximately 2.1 people following his channel. Indulging in this activity since 2012, he had generated enough revenue in 2016 to lease the latest model of Mercedes-Benz S-Class and purchase a slightly used Lamborghini Gallardo.
24. Ford Motor Company
Found by Henry Ford in 1903, Ford Motor Company is an American multinational automaker company. The company has two divisions; one for commercial vehicles/automobiles and the other one for luxury cars. The Ford brand is used to sell commercial cars, however, the latter are sold under the Lincoln brand.
Their YouTube channel created in 2012, allows them to market their latest innovations and inventions, their updated plans, comparisons between two different cars to the general public. Recently, they also uploaded a video, giving a sneak peek of their factories to the YouTube audience. Numerous videos are uploaded in a month which also gives them an opportunity to showcase their vehicles while they are in action. Altogether, their YouTube channel has amassed 1.9 million subscribers and generated a net worth of $2.1 million.
Launched in January 2012, /DRIVE consists of a web series dedicated to driving adventures, car reviews, and in-depth insight to the manufacturing of high-end cars. Hence, they claim to take the car lovers where they have always wanted to visit but never had an opportunity to. Immensely popular among car enthusiasts, they also showcase a variety of cars in action whether it is on race tracks, off roads etc.
Over the span of 7 years, this channel has 1.9 million people subscribing to its channel and has also generated a net worth of $203,000. Moreover, they continue to celebrate car culture and influence anyone who is even mildly interested in cars.
26. Layza Racing
The Thailand-based channel, “Layza Racing” focuses primarily on motorbikes. The face behind the videos belongs to Ade Reconle who has gained popularity through his adventure vlogs, moto-vlogging and racing motor bikes all over Thailand. Since 2011, the 29 year old YouTuber makes use of his native language, Thai, to communicate to the audience which also limits his videos to people who can speak and/or understand this language. Regardless, he has a notable number of subscribers going up to 1.9 million. In my opinion, his dedication in posting an average of 22 videos each month contributes largely to his fame.
It’s a leading online Motorsport and Automotive entertainment network which produces the largest Arabic content regarding cars. It includes exclusive coverage of very important global events, test drives and experiences of the latest model of cars, and any news related to motor vehicles. Predominantly, it caters majorly to the male demographic as it helps them keep up with news about events, car modifications etc. As of 2019, they have been active for approximately a decade and they continue to bring fans and car enthusiasts together. Altogether the channel has 1.8 million people subscribing to their channel.
28. Technical Sunil
This is a Hindi channel which mainly focuses on teaching how to earn large amounts of money online. They claim to provide ways which are completely authentic. Similarly to other YouTube channels where YouTubers make use of their native channel rather than English, this Indian YouTuber also uses Hindi to communicate with his subscribers and viewers. This limits the audience of “Technical Sunil” to people who are aware of Hindi; unfortunately, the rest cannot benefit from his videos.
Technical Sunil was created just a couple of years back in 2017 and since then, has generated a net worth of $60,000 himself. The subscriber count of his channel is also 1.8 million.
29. JP Performance
Jean Pierre Kraemer, the YouTuber behind the channel “JP Performance” is one of the most popular German motorsport freaks. He uses his channel as a platform to exhibit his best projects from his workshop and share different tuning tips etc. Through “JP Performance” a net worth of $201,000 has been earned, however, additionally he generates more revenue from selling different car parts, his own line of merchandise, and through selling burgers. He revealed how his passion was not just limited to automobiles but extended towards cooking as well. In addition to this, although 38 year old Jean had been interested in improving equipment and machines from a young age, he did not join YouTube until 2012.
30. JoRick Revazov
Inspired by Jeremy Clarkson’s “Top Gear”, JoRick started his own YouTube channel in 2013. Based in Russia, the theme of the videos initially was test drives of Russian cars, both modern and Soviet-manufactured. Moreover, there was also the use of obscene language, comments on alcohol, women and many other topics which JoRick believed would appeal to the male population and demand their attention. However, after a new law came out, he was forced to change the style of his releases. His content is also focused on car tuning where the process is discussed in quite detail. He uploads about 16 videos in a month and has gathered a subscriber count of 1.8 million.
This YouTube channel, TheStradman is run by a supercar lover, James. James residing in Park city, Utah joined YouTube on 26th July, 2012 and since then earned an audience of 1.7M subscribers and a net worth of $1.4M. In this channel James expresses his forever passion about his dream car, 2004 Ferrari Challenge Stradale, hence his channel named ‘Strad’man.
TheStradman creates on average 8 videos every month consisting of photos of cars and filming exotic cars like Lamborghini, Ferrari, Pagani and others. Moreover, he self-owns a 2006 Lamborghini Gallardo in Arancio Borealis. Quite evident from his videos, James travels a lot and has been to countries like China, Italy, Dubai and many more exploring the cars in different countries and doing vlogs.
Tim Burton, aka Shmee150 is a British YouTuber, who travels around the world to film the greatest and the most exclusive automobile content available. A large portion of his content is his Road Trips across Europe, to different shows and events relating to cars and has detailed insights about newly released cars in the shape of in-depth reviews.
Tim himself, as the owner of a handful of exclusive cars, created his YouTube channel in July 2006, with a $1M net worth and 1.7M subscribers supporting the expansion of his channel. Achieving success in creating 20 videos every month, he covers car-show events around the world while filming the most incredibly luxurious and high performance cars in existence.
33. Daily Driven Exotics
40 years old Damon Fryer, a Canadian entrepreneur in Email marketing and headquartered in Western Canada created a YouTube channel on 23rd Jan, 2013 known as Daily Driven Exotics. On the account of this production, Fryer’s vision was to create a pretentious lifestyle brand that is a combination of action sports, exotic automobiles and popular culture.
This Canadian YouTube channel which has a net worth of $3.1M and 1.7M subscribers following them, succeeds in posting 25 new videos every month. Every video holds amazing automobile adventures encouraging the creation of a large, united supercar community. Fryer idealizes this community as the one which doesn’t just tuck their multifunctional, amazing machines in the garage, but takes them to different ends of the world and enjoy their potential.
34. Жекич Дубровский
Zhekich Dubrovsky, a video blogger started his YouTube channel in March 2013 and shoots videos for his channel. He entertains his 1.6M subscribers mainly with content relating cars – extensive reviews, test drives, auto events and other related activities. With the net worth of $177,000, this YouTube channel has included video blogs that are devoted to interesting situations from life and other more fascinating topics. By watching some of the videos, a vague idea about what kinds of situations Zhekich finds interesting are for e.g. outbursts snapped at the burn-out cars, sports cars found in trash, cars forgotten in yards and covered in snow, ends to illegal races and so on so forth.
35. สายชิว บิดหมดปลอก ถอกหมดปลาย
In English, “สายชิว บิดหมดปลอก ถอกหมดปลาย'' literally translates to “chew twisted line, worn out all the ends”. Unsurprisingly, the name of the channel is as bizarre as its content. Although the YouTuber primarily posts videos related to motorcycles, he is also renowned for posting vlogs regarding peculiar content. Furthermore, the YouTuber’s knack for posting unconventional content is most probably the reason behind his channel’s unpopularity in his country, as he ranks at 179th.
It’s a Thailand based YouTube channel; hence, these videos cannot be watched by the general public as the YouTuber communicates with the audience through his native language. This limits its audience to people living in Thailand or those who are familiar with its language. Since October 2011, it has been able to amass 1.4 million subscribers. Evidently, the YouTuber is also dedicated to his channel as videos are uploaded almost every day, sometimes, even twice a day.
StopXam named YouTube channel is in practicality a Russian non-profit organization, headquartered in Moscow. The members of this firm and the channel tend to oppose arrogance on roads and traffic rule violation, all while operating in a way that films these offenses showing the edited forms of all the confrontations and conversations with the offenders. The subsequent footage is gathered on the video-sharing platforms for e.g. YouTube.
The 1.6M subscribers are entertained with the most interesting clips of the rude infringement attempts. Moreover, the effort made to video clip the wrongdoings against law has created a net worth of $810,000 since the members created this YouTube channel in May, 2012.
PowerDrift is the prospering innovation of a team of automotive enthusiasts standing out from all over India and conquering the hearts of 1.6M subscribers since Oct, 2012. Not overloaded with any technical jargons about automobiles, this YouTube channel provides the most fun, entertaining automotive content. With the collaboration of every member’s core ideas about transforming and revolutionizing the way Indian motoring is perceived, this channel created its net worth of $1.3M.
Producing 21 new videos every month about in-depth car and motorcycle reviews and interesting travel stories, they cater to the developing desire of passionate Indians with true grit of motorsports.
38. Roma Street
The most viewed video on this channel (4 million views) consists of a compilation of many videos where individuals recorded themselves or their friends miserably failing while attempting to do stunts on motor bikes. Rest of his content also revolves mainly around motor vehicles –mainly bikes–, trolling and pranking others, experimenting with different kinds of stuff, random vlogs, sharing his new purchases with the audience and much more.
Created in 2016, Roma Street is another Brazilian YouTube channel which has gathered 1.7 million subscribers in the span of approximately 3 years. More impressively, the YouTuber has also earned a net worth of $251,000. The only limitation that stands for the general population is that similarly like other Brazilian YouTubers, this one is also solely recorded in its native language.
Alejandro Salomon aka Salomondrin is a 35 years old YouTuber, Mexican-American film producer and a Los Angeles, Californian based entrepreneur. Securing a net worth of $15M, Salomondrin expanded his businesses by making short films, investing in real estate and gaining dealerships in car sales. His YouTube channel includes the videos of top-notch cars in action and reflects upon his fondness for cars. His personal cars collection includes the Porsche Carrera GT, Porsche 911 R, Mercedes 4x4 Squared, Rolls-Royce Phantom and so on.
Salomondrin started his career in vlogging in April 2010, his videos on his YouTube channel are flooded with car reviews and short films about the latest, high profile cars. Succeeding in binding together 1.6M subscribers with his YouTube channel he manages to post 6 new videos every week. With the association of his YouTube channel, salomondrin, it is analyzed that the net worth of Salomondrin has boosted to another level.
YouCar is a renowned car channel devoted predominantly to the international world of automobiles. The channel offers its 1.6M subscribers the view of luxurious, speedy and ready-for-action top dollar cars incorporating exclusive front-wheel and four-wheel drives. The net worth of $2.2M of the channel exhibits its triumph within the span of a decade starting from Jan 28, 2010. Originating from France, the YouTuber flourished to showcase the deluxe exterior and designs of legendary cars from all around the world. Posting an average of 73 new videos every month, the YouTuber mirrors its passion of seeking elegance in cars which never gets out of hand.
41. DirtBike Lunatic
This channel is all about bikes – the DirtBike Lunatic YouTuber centers his curiosity within the bike racing talents, wild stunts put forth by the bikers, and all the escapades performed with the most dangerously designed bikes. Posting on an average of 19 videos per month, this channel airs the display of breathless stunts performed by bikers all around the world and presents an open invitation to the audience to participate in the channel by setting forth any videos of such sorts.
This YouTube channel which began on 18th April, 2014 not only created an audience of 1.5M subscribers but also created a net worth of $2.8M. Furthermore, the DirtBike Lunatics also earn further revenue by marketing a variety of customized products with their Lunatic symbol on it.
42. Super FUN kids
With the urge of filming what they watch and packed with a huge amount of enthusiasm and excitement, three brothers named Jake, Ryan and Josh decided to make fun videos all the way similar to those they watch on another kid’s YouTube channels. This playful yet a very profitable thought was brought into action in Jan 2016 and since then the kids have captured the attention of around 1.4M subscribers.
These kids with their innocent mischievousness, thrilling adventures, and super lively minds makes their weekly videos friendly and worth watching for all the kids of their age - together they celebrate and dance with joy. The channel superheroes prospered and developed a net worth of $3.9M only with their childlike fun criterion.
43. Lentrius TV
It ranks easily in the top ten Brazilian auto and vehicles YouTube channels. It was created in May 2010 and over the years has amassed 1.4 million subscribers. They have also collected a net worth of $983,000.
1.4M subscribers. It seems to be inactive as it has not posted any new videos recently, the last video dating back up to 5months old. Nevertheless, altogether 87 videos have been uploaded on the channel.
The content of this channel primarily seems to center on huge vehicles ranging from tractors to trucks and buses etc. Majority of these vehicles are tested in mud, however, half of them end up being stuck inside it. Similarly, it can also be observed that they are tested for how much weight they can successfully carry; trucks are seen carrying huge tree trunks and logs.
With 1.4M subscribers, the supercar amateur, Hans, 32 years old petrol head from Netherlands runs “Gumbal”. It is his personal brand reshaped it into a YouTube channel from May 1st 2006. On the average of 36 videos per week, he has posted more than 3000 supercar videos from all around the world which include the fastest, loudest, luxurious, the rarest and most exclusively exotic.
The wild obsession of Hans with the sounds of cars coupled with his efforts of seeking around the world and capturing the best sounding cars has led to the collection of a net worth of $1.3M. This YouTube channel films some of the most incredible supercars in existence reflecting upon the maddening obsession of Hans with the fast roaring sounds of the engines.
One of the biggest car review channels in Europe, the AutoTopNL is a rising success with the collaboration of two partners, Max Beelaerts and Martijn van Niele. From starting their YouTube channel on 25th March, 2010, they are travelling across Europe to film and test the fastest, coolest and the most exclusive cars for their channel. Gaining over a million subscribers as their audience, they promise to provide sounds of whining superchargers, screaming exhausts, blowing turbos, the revving sounds of each car, onboard cams and accelerating tests with launch control .As of June 2019 the net worth of this NL YouTube channel is $2.7M because they have it all; hot hatches, exotic cars and power sedans.
Vicesat is a Spanish channel focusing on tips, tutorials and reviews on motor vehicles and technology. His mostly watched includes content based on mechanics where he teaches how to maintain a car, fix it or even how to start a car with a rope. Vicesat has also received much criticism from mechanics as they have lost potential and actual customers who now easily fix their car themselves.
Vicesat has been running since October, 2011 and recently went more viral when he taught how to fix a scrap car into a functional one. In easy steps and a video of approximately 10 minutes, an abandoned car bought from the scrapyard for just 350 euros was successfully transformed. As of 2019, he has gathered 1.4 million subscribers and an impressive net worth of $1.1 million. On average, 2 new videos are posted every month.
47. Ali Alhamoudi On Cars
Ali Al-Hamoudi belongs from the United Arab Emirates and has been active on YouTube since August, 2013. His content not only focuses on testing cars around the world and traveling in supercars but is also a vlogger. His videos give an insight to his luxurious lifestyle, on how he travels and the hotels he stays at, what food he consumes and the things he shops. All of this is mixed with the content focusing dominantly on exotic cars.
It is believed that he has gathered net worth over $432,000 and is quite successful. 1.4 million people have also subscribed to his channel –the audience filled with car lovers looking out keenly for exotic cars and admiring them.
48. антон воротников
Anton Vorotnikov from Cheboksary, Russia, specializes in educational videos, comparing different cars and taking them out on test drives, and reviewing them. Since a young age he has been fond of cars and has also participated in races. His hobby and passion helps him derive pleasure and money both from an activity he enjoys doing.
On his channel “антон воротников”, Anton has tested and drives numerous imported cars including Mercedes, Hyundai, BMW, Toyota, Ford etc. He starts off his videos by providing information on the cost and equipment of the car followed by his test drives and then his subjective opinion on them. This way the Russian YouTuber has managed to gather 1.3 million subscribers on his channel and a net worth of $536,000.
It’s a YouTube channel being run in Brazil. Its content is based on automotive modifications which greatly appeals to the car lovers who love to watch videos based on vehicles. CanalD2M is also greatly popular in Brazil as it ranks among the top 17% of Brazilian channels registered on YouTube based on its followers. The proof of its fame lies in the 1.3 million subscribers and almost 170,000,000 views on their videos altogether that have also helped generate a net worth of $229,000. They also rank in the top 16% among Brazilian YouTubers when visualizations of each channel are compared against each other.
This channel has been running since 22nd March 2012 and currently they post 16 videos in a month, on average.
42 years of age, the YouTube star Yiannimize began his YouTube channel on January 14, 2014 and published his first video on March 7, 2014. Being a specialist in vehicle wrapping and vehicle conversions, Yiannimize is the founder and owner of his own vehicle wrapping shop in London. Correspondingly, his car customizing YouTube channel with the net worth of $209,000 documents weekly car wrap videos. These videos include various content constituting celebrity wrap, transfer car experience Vlogs, car sketches and unique configurations like wrap attack and wrap job. Overall, the content of his YouTube videos is based on automotive vehicles.
Yiannimize, as an automotive enthusiast succeeded in attracting 1.3M subscribers and posts 2-3 videos per week concerning the aforementioned areas of automotive industry.
Foguinho, a review channel for video games ranging from desktop video games to mobile games was started by a Brazilian Youtuber Thiago Reis Moraes. He has a total of 1.3 Million subscribers and about 175 million views in total. This channel has been on YouTube for around six years, reviewing games like GTA, Elite motors, World Truck Driving Simulator and so on. His videos are energetic, fast paced and very interactive, talking in fiery tone, keeping up with the pace of the game itself. Although he does not show his face in any of the videos, it is rumored that fans/subscribers have not seen his face because he tends to record himself playing the games. They do not seem to care, however, as they seem like hardcore gamers who love him for his reviews.
With a penchant for anything automotive, EricTheCar guy has around 1.3 million subscribers on YouTube with around 259 Million views in total. Albeit older than most YouTubers you see, he could be listed as the few OG YouTubers as he has been around since 2009 and has seen YouTube through all of its phases. His videos are extremely detailed, and sometimes even better than an actual instruction manual. He has all kinds of tips and tricks for fixing your engines, removing one or even buying one. He truly seems like the god of automotive, and his videos prove it. What is most endearing about his whole persona is that he is extremely helpful, so much so that he launched his own site https://www.ericthecarguy.com which people could head on over to ask any questions related to an automotive. If you’re ever in a bind, Eric seems like the guy to go to for any car related help.
A Russian YouTube channel solely dedicated to drag racing from around the world, DragtimesInfo has about 1.2 Million subscribers and 542 Million views in total. They test drive cars from a competition in Russia called the Unlim 500+ where renowned manufacturers like Porsche, Aston Martin, Lamborghini design cars for the drag races. The cars are absolutely beautiful, the cinematography in the videos would make one sit in those cars and take it for a test run ASAP. They are very detailed about the cars they are taking for a test ride, giving honest reviews and truly enjoying the experience of sitting in a luxury car. They have recently expanded their channel to reviewing cars not only for the drag races but your usual race cars, updating you on the news regarding drag racing. They started in 2009, heavily talking about RDRC which is the Russian Drag Race Championship and expanded from there on.
It seems to be one of the successful drag racing YouTube channels where there is actual interaction going on between the subscribers and YouTubers.
54. Fabinho da Hornet
A man with a mission on a hornet is the most apt description for this YouTube channel. He shares with his viewers the excitement of riding a motorbike and takes them on a run with him to all the places he visits. His channel has 1.2 Million subscribers, and around 164 Million views in total. His obsession with hornets is so much so that he seems to have taken almost all the models to a test run and spends hours on end talking about its configuration. He has now expanded to making videos of his personal life where he sometimes pranks his mom, or refurbishing his old car. His site https://www.fabinhodahornet.com/ has all sorts of accessories for your bike, or yourself and merch that you can buy as a supportive subscriber. This guy seems to be doing quite well for himself in the YouTube world, I must say.
A Brazilian YouTube channel with around 1.2 Million subscribers, Accelerated is made up of a former Formula 1 racing driver, Rubens Barrichello, and automotive journalists Cassio Cortes and Gerson Campos. They have created a world for themselves here on YouTube where they take race cars, classic cars for test runs, check out their configurations and help the viewers keep up with automotive news around the world. They have gained further credibility as they have partnered up with Sparco and Caçula de Pneus. A complete car geek would absolutely love their channel as it provides the right kind of fodder for them. They have racked up about 215 Million views in total and their videography is very well balanced and their relationship with each other seems to flow so easily that they are a treat to watch even for a lay person.
Yet another OG YouTuber, Kyle Lindsey, started his channel early on in 2008 and since then he has been consistent with his content. This is probably why he is so well known in the automotive community as someone who provides in-depth reviews of all cars imaginable. He believes that his motto is not to limit himself to certain cars but invite all kinds of car enthusiasts to come interact with him on his channel. The name of the channel comes from his first ever car. Around 1.2 Million people have subscribed to his channel and avidly watch his videos. He now has his own website https://www.Saabkyle04.com/ where he writes blog posts and has an official merch store.
He seems to be a fan of cats as well!
57. XE HAY
As a young charismatic YouTuber Xe Hay has gained around 1.2 Million subscribers since he started his channel in 2014. From then on his videos have racked up to 368 Million views in total and seem to be gaining popularity especially amongst the car geeks in Vietnam. His videos show him as a boisterous, loud young man who mostly makes comparison videos for his subscribers to show which classic cars are better for the same price point.
58. Autocar India
One of the leading YouTube channels in India, AutoCar has been around for 9 years and has been successful in providing news regarding the automotive world and reviewing cars in India. A very interesting aspect they have been able to add to their channel is to interview directors of world renown car manufacturers to talk about their companies or introduce new car models. It seems to cater to a very large audience, but still specific to the South Asian demographic. They do a number of test drives of budget cars, give a detailed review of their configurations and even take motorbikes on test runs. They also now have their own website www.autoindia.com where they try to help their 1.1 Million subscribers make the best choice while buying a car. It feels more like a guide for new buyers and those looking to repurchase somewhat luxury cars.
59. CAR TV
With a subscriber count of 1.1 Million, Car TV has tried to create an edge for itself by devoting their whole channel to helping people discover new cars before anyone else does. They call themselves a webzine with around 325 Million views to their name. amongst the automobile community they are often raved about for testing out newly launched luxury and budget cars. Their safety test videos tend to rack up a lot of their views going up to 88k because they tend to give cutthroat reviews about each car they decide to take for a test drive. The crash videos also almost create a shock value that just adds to the reason for them being the most frequently watched videos. The videos themselves are so aesthetically pleasing to look at and the background music is also extremely chic. It makes you feel like you’re the one taking it for a test run.
MotorOctane is India’s biggest Hindi Auto channel that boasts 1.1 Million subscribers. They are a bunch of automotive enthusiasts that have come together to geek out about their favorite cars, motorbikes and review a number of those. What’s interesting about this group is that they also help their subscribers out in dealing with car dealers, used cars and updates on the launches of new cars. Speaking in Hindi gives them a wider audience to work with and I feel like it makes their videos more relatable and approachable which is why their videos have a total view count of 152 Million. They listen to their subscribers and make videos especially catered to them. I think the reason why they’re so popular in India, apart from the amount of hard work they put in while reviewing the cars, is because of their friendly manner of talking to their viewers and frequent Q&A videos. They have also launched a site motoroctane.com where they write lengthy blog posts and review dealership places for people.
A Brazilian YouTube channel, 7008films, tends to have it all or rather promises to. Their channel is made up of 1.1 Million subscribers and they have been around since 2012. This channel provides the viewers with videos on how cars are customized. The team goes and visits places where people are doing insane customization on their cars and they film the process. With that they also film commercial-like videos for these customized cars and invite their subscribers to be as obsessed with a car transformation as they are. Their videos are viewed across the country and are racked up to 1 Million views in total.
Alex the creator of Supercarblondie, is an Australian veteran YouTuber who has been around since 2007 and has driven, reviewed and enjoyed many cars since the channel’s creation. Her subscriber count is up to 1.1 Million and she happens to be one of the few female car enthusiasts who have been able to reach such a large viewership in the automotive world. She describes herself as a girl with cars. She is given exclusive access to new cars that people still have not yet to see in the market. Her videography is impressive and she tends to review most of the luxury and sports cars in her own unique style. Around 71 Million people have watched her videos in total and her secret to being successful she says is being consistent about what she does. With that she also makes vlogs on her YouTube channel which give the viewers a look into her personal life and she feels close to her subscribers that way.
63. Максим Шелков
Maxim Shelkov, a Russian YouTuber, with a keen interest in mechanics and automotive has been able to acquire 1.1 Million subscribers due to his detailed reviews on classic luxury cars as well as budget cars. His videos are usually around 20 minutes long and have various tips and tricks for what you ought to be careful about when buying or dealing with used cars. He also tracks his journey of the cars he buys and what he had to look for while making the decisions. There are some videos where he solely addresses his viewers with regards to buying a car and being aware of getting scammed. His channel has a total of 190 Million views where he does diagnostics and test runs before purchasing cars.
A Russian YouTube channel created by Denis with the strange name of attic which he describes as an attic where he tells people stories of his life in America, or rather his automotive projects. He wants his 1 Million viewers to know that he is a car enthusiast, but puts a more story-like spin on his videos to make them more engaging and relatable. Much of his content is his invaluable finds, or ‘steals’ as he calls them. He buys cars in auctions for peanuts, explaining in detail the best ways to get cars for less in auctions. He has a very fast boy life persona which is reflected by his vlogs in Las Vegas, Los Angeles and so on.
Two best friends decided to create a YouTube channel and it gets no more Indian than reviewing bikes. It is perhaps even a very smart idea to review, test run motorbikes as it is one of the most used modes of transport all over the subcontinental area. They give exclusive reviews on new motorcycle launches India, also covering mileage and bike safety tips for an everyday user. Their viewers are extremely engaged with these content creators, asking them all kinds of bike related questions and it comes as no surprise that they were able to acquire 1 Million subscribers. Even the smallest detail, like buying a helmet would be found on their channel, this much attention to detail and their honest endeavor to help their subscribers has made them very popular in India and their total view count has gone up to 93 Million. If you thought that’s where they ended it, you thought wrong, they even have a blog dedicated to talking about the configuration of motorbikes and any FAQs their subscribers might have.
66. RC LIVE ACTION
Dealing specifically in trucks, RC Live Action was created by a German guy with a penchant for tinkering. He makes all the models himself being heavily inspired from brands like Caterpillar, Hanomang, Komatsu and so on. These recreations are identical down to the T. He calls it a real action channel where all his models are functional and he tests them outside in all conditions. There are around a staggering of 688 Million views in total of his channel and people are extremely enthusiastic and excited about his remakes of bigger models. This unique idea also inspired him to make competition videos between his fire trucks, mobile crane trucks and so on.
67. Лиса Рулит
Elena Lisovskaya, an intriguing personality on YouTube popularly known for authoring the project ‘fox taxis’ created her channel Fox Rulit in March 2012. She makes detailed videos on how you can be careful of fraudsters, buy the car you need and not have to pay more than is necessary for your purchase. She has created a niche for herself in the automotive world and tends to expose crooks and scammers who hide damage to their cars or outbid their cars. Over 1 Million subscribers can attest to how energetic and excited she is while reviewing or taking cars for test runs. Her viewer count is around 267 Million and she makes it a point to be completely transparent about the reviewing process.
68. Danilo Snider
A popular automotive YouTuber with 1 Million subscribers, Danilo Snider is a thorough car enthusiast with an interest in fixing damaged cars. He finds cars at the dumpster and decides to give them a complete transformation. He takes his viewers on this journey as well and shows them, with great excitement, his new finds and how he is able to configure, even customize and transform them. His channel has around 72 million views and seems to be going successfully with his last video gaining 31k views.
The moto for this German channel seems to be to take the bull by the horn, let there be pure action and thrill involved in test driving cars with the right amount of humor, high quality videography and interesting topics to talk about. The channel has about 1 Million subscribers and 488 Million views in total. Is moderated by Matthias Malmedie, Det Muller, Helge Thomsen and Nikki Schelle. They present their viewers with exciting videos where they race cars in a competitive fashion while reviewing these machines. They are invited by a number affluent car enthusiasts in Germany, where they look at their collection of cars, chat with them and take these beauties out for a run. Their keen interest in cars helps their viewers experience the luxury and opulence of these machines through these videos. Hence it is no surprise that their total view count is as high as 488 Million.
70. That Racing Channel
To find a channel solely dedicated to filming and producing racing videos with an intense passion is sometimes rare and That Racing Channel does just that. With subscribers over 1 Million they have mastered creating artful videos where the car is the center of the attention. They capture the power of an engine so fully with their immaculate sound recording, making these videos a treat for a viewer. The viewers’ comments praise how well they are able to record the essence of racing and highlight skillful driving. Their most watched videos of around 10 minutes of whirr of a well-oiled engine, with nothing but racing at the center of it. This channel has also expanded to a website of their own thatracingchannel.com where they sell their merch and have detailed blog posts about the cars they feature in their videos.
71. Cars For You
Keeping car enthusiasts in the loop, Cars For You, tends to look at the lifestyles of celebrities, their car collections, their workout routines and even family gossip. This channel is geared more towards people who enjoy both cars and knowing the kind of cars their favorite celebrities are keeping. But the channel just adds a little bit more by finding out a celebrity’s net worth, their relationship status and so on. The creator of this channel has reached up to 1 Million subscribers in just three years with a total view count of 37 Million. When talking about various celebrities’ car collection the channel tries to be as accurate as possible about their configurations, and how much each car is worth.
72. سيارتك مع عبدالحق Your car with Abdelhak
This is a channel created by Abdelhak who believes that when it comes to automotive channels the language becomes so complicated that it is hard for a layman to understand their car. It can be something extremely simple that needs fixing but technical jargon makes them shy away from ever fixing their car themselves. He thinks, when you tinker with your car you get to know more about it and take more ownership of it, which I would 100% agree with. His videos are sometimes like a school lesson but in the best possible way, because they lay out everything very simply. I think it is a very smart idea to start a YouTube channel knowing how much it can help people. It not only helps you gain recognition hence the 1 Million subscribers but also adds a new aspect to the world of the automotive.
The official YouTube channel for the legendary car manufacturers, Mercedes Benz use their YouTube platform to launch their new cars or provide the latest reports into the fascinating world of Mercedes Benz. Around 1 Million subscribers with a view count of 210 Million watch these well-made, aesthetically pleasing commercial videos. They also notify their subscribers of recent events, campaign launches or celebrity collaborations through YouTube. Sometimes their videos go behind the scenes to the makers of these fashionably immaculate cars. Their engineers, designers and developers, to them, are an extremely important part of the Mercedes Benz team and they always show how much dedication and work it takes to make such beautiful cars a reality.
More than just a car Mercedes Benz has marketed itself as a fashion statement or a lifestyle change.
A YouTuber based in the US, Thanasis is a whizz at creating content that you can mindlessly click on and watch for hours. He tries to find a balance between an information overload and entertainment. You end up with a lot of fun facts after his videos without ever feeling like you were being fed a lot of information. They range from informative videos to top 10 lists videos on YouTube. The total view count on his channel is 34 Million.
Big test drive is a popular automotive YouTube channel that takes newly launched cars for test drives, providing detailed information about the cars’ configuration. The channel also takes two cars, comparing one to the other with similar specifications. Joining in April 2010 they were able to rack up around 1 Million subscribers and 357 Million views in total. Their reviews are spot on, sometimes cutthroat but most importantly honest.
A relatively young YouTuber, The Dude In Blue aka David Patterson, is someone who is passionate about automobiles and promises to unleash his immense knowledge of cars and video games on YouTube. To him, YouTube is the channel where he can geek out about his love for cars and people would be appreciative of it. He has about 1 Million subscribers who interact with him via email, sending important questions which he is ready to answer.
Interestingly, he also does in person reviews of people’s cars while filming the process which becomes content for his YouTube but also ends up helping a person. His views rack up to 220 Million in total. Some of his videos are of him providing detailed refurbishing of old cars with professional help. There is a segment in his channel where he talks about his personal life especially in vlogs. David puts himself in difficult positions, like driving cars that absolutely terrify him but he believes that each experience gained is useful.
BR club TV is a Japanese YouTube channel that reviews drag race cars from the US and Japan. He refurbishes cars that he finds in auctions and makes detailed videos on how to get your car into top condition. This is a slowly growing channel where he has provided snippets of his personal life and how far he has come since making the first video. After reviewing many race cars he eventually was able to buy his dream car on his own. The customization that he does on various cars always gains a lot of views going up to 97k. He recently hit 1 Million subscribers and has around 73 Million views in total.
Wild men on motorbikes is an apt description for the German YouTube channel. They are one of the OG YouTubers who started out in 2007 and now stand at 1 Million subscribers. The videos are competition between these men who have the camera attached to the bike and love being in situations that might end up landing you in trouble as well. Their competitions are insane, the videography super realistic, but you can truly see adrenaline rush in every player and little care for their own health. I think this perhaps adds to the edge to their channel which is why they stand at 118 Million views in total.
A motovlogger, motorcycle rider, and filmmaker Chase on two wheels, is a YouTuber who makes professional motorcycle videos almost every week for his channel. Companies reach out to him to do first product reviews on their motorbikes and feature them on his channel. He then reviews each bike, and also welcomes his subscriber’s sending him something they think he should be reviewing. His opinions are backed up by his test runs and so are honest but not overly harsh. He only makes videos of himself on a motorbike and implies that, that is the only area of his expertise. His videography is so engaging it comes as no surprise that he has around 992k subscribers and the total view count of 127 Million.
To be more UpToDate on his life and where he is at the moment, Chase has created a website chaseontwowheels.com where the subscribers can checkout FAQs and have the freedom to ask whatever they need regarding any motorbike or even just catch up on how he is doing.
This is the official YouTube channel for the World Class masterpiece that is Lamborghini. They use this site to launch campaigns, introduce celebrity collaborations or give a glimpse of what they are up to for their next model. The channel is fully dedicated to the manufacturers of Lamborghini more than just raving about their cars. When a new product is launched they try to expand their viewership by making extremely aesthetically pleasing videos of the car that makes you want to keep watching after you’ve caught a glimpse of it. I feel like around 987k people are guilty of something similar. Lamborghini’s total view count is 63 Million which stands to show how important it is to diversify yourself on every social media channel so your brand becomes a household name.
Suraj is an India vlogger/ YouTuber who has been around for the past 3 years on YouTube. His passion has always been to vlog India in such a way that people are attracted to its beauty and want to come visit it. At one point he has even, adorably, listed that his dream is to become an automobilist and a motovlogger who does not have to change his career after a certain period of time and wants to be a YouTuber forever. To think he just stopped at motovlogging would be putting too less faith in the young man because he has expanded his channel to making modifications in cars, and customizing them to his needs. He also has quite a few tips and tricks up his sleeve when repairing or customizing cars and does not hesitate to share them with his viewers. He has around 963k subscribers who engage with him on his videos. His channel has a total view count of 110 Million.
This is one of my favorite YouTube channels. Zpsanek takes an interesting spin on the automotive world, he doesn’t get into the specifics of the car he is driving nor how customizable it is but rather it’s the fact that he is driving. Looking at the driving laws in Ukraine, the contradictions within the legal procedures this guy explains in detail how bogus some of the laws are. Going on a limb, he puts himself in danger of being arrested but tests out the absurdity of the laws and almost each time he is met with the police officers. They usually end up letting him go after he states his case. On multiple occasions he has been able to catch the police being fraudulent and taking bribes. I think the controversial nature of his videos makes him popular in the YouTube world, with subscribers over 936k and view count of 211 Million in total.
83. Dark Side
This is a channel solely dedicated to the video game Forza Horizon 4. The channel has tones and tones of videos of testing out the cars available in the game and taking them out for test runs. The idea behind this channel is to help viewers realize what car to choose in the video game and/or what landscape works the best in a competition. To be honest, even for lay people the video recording is extremely fun to watch because it feels like you’re in the game and driving yourself. The graphics of the game are close to being the real deal and if you’re unaware of the game you are likely to get confused about whether its real life or a game. The channel has around 945k subscribers who interact with the creator and seem to be video games enthusiasts.
With 916k subscribers, snowcat, is one of the few YouTube channels that boast some of the best motorcycle content. The creator of the channel travels around the world trying out motorbikes in each country and getting into the nitty gritties of bike riding laws. He is contacted by a number of automobile contractors who are interested in letting him give the exclusive review of their new product. His reviews are down to earth and completely honest. There are a number of series that are ongoing on his channel, for example videos of him bike riding in different countries, his track days and even some personal life videos. Interestingly, he makes videos that force people to have important conversations while riding on a bike to some destination, which seemed like an intriguing way of starting conversations.
85. Digo Thuler
Digo Thuler is a YouTube personality with around 916k subscribers. His videos are not strictly related to classic luxury cars, rather they are of vintage or used cars that he customizes on his channel. He takes a beaten up car and turns it into a drag racing beauty. His interests seem to lie solely in vintage cars. There are reviews about motorbikes on his channel where he also gets involved in motorbike races and is able to show off how much power the bike has. His channel’s total view count is 89 Million views. He also has his own website digothuler.com.br where he sells his merch and promotes his channel.
Michal Jesionowski calls himself a controversial YouTuber who is not just limited to the automotive world. He simply shows that the car is first and foremost a machine that would require a certain amount of interest from the owner to perform well.
However, Michael simply talks about what to look for in the context of not only older, but also newer cars - what to do, what is worth remembering, among others with plans to increase engine power, which is absolutely not done with any car. He plays a lot of cars - checking in "scrap", whether, for example, the diesel engine will go on rapeseed oil, or petrol on denatured alcohol or gasoline. This has racked up his subscribers up to 919k and the view count to 162 million.
87. B is for build
With the ultimate goal of having fun B is to build a group of friends who like breaking, remaking and customizing cars. Chris is the creator of this channel and has a keen interest in the automotive world apart from being insanely talented, enough to remake a garbage car into a car of your dreams. His friends are all enthusiasts and come together to help him create new and interesting cars which they eventually sell. They are also known to take expensive but damaged sports cars and turn them into absolute beauties that readily sell out. B for Build has around 914k subscribers and 113 million views in total which I am sure was a treat to anyone who watched these amazing car transformation videos. Chris has now expanded to his own website bisforbuild.com where he sells his merch.
Much like any other widely known car manufacturers, BMW uses its official YouTube channel to relay to their 912k subscribers of the new BMW car launches, their current events and any news related to BMW M and BMW i. They also have instructional videos when introducing new gadgets attached to their cars and users can easily find what they are looking for. Their videos are beautifully shot, with each aspect, the music, the sound, light, angles and so on are well balanced, I do believe it adds to how star struck people can be when looking at these promotional videos. Their view count is up to 165 Million in total and boasts one of the world's favorite automotive brands.
89. The Kleb
The kleb is a motovlogger whose videos got popular after an incident with his girlfriend where they suffered a minor crash while riding his bike. He is originally from South California and likes to shoot videos from his point of view. Earning up to 911k subscribers, he loves taking his motorbike on a ride and with that his subscribers. He tends to have everyday conversations with them while he rides to and from some place. At one point in his life, he served in the United States Marine Corps.
90. Street Speed 717
The creator of street speed 717, Mike, is a proud owner of 2005 Duramax, 2017 Z06, 2017 McLaren 570S, 2019 Corvette ZR1, and 1993 Volkswagen Corrado VR6. He has been passionate about automobiles for a while and makes lengthy details about how to buy good cars cheap, especially during auctions. There are a number of videos on his channel where he transforms old cars, giving them a good paint job as well, into a more luxurious option. His videos are story like and the captions instantly make the viewer want to know more. His subscriber count is at 904k and around 221 Million viewers in total. The subscribers tend to interact quite a lot with him and he seems to have created an informal atmosphere where people feel like the person they are listening to also listens to them back.
91. Nissan Brasil
This is the official channel of Nissan in Brazil that showcases their newest models, heritage vehicles, and keeps the viewers up to date with news regarding the company itself and tech advancements. This channel has around 901k subscribers and a viewer count of 290 Million in total. They also provide detailed videos on their newer models, their launches and sometimes take us back to where the whole thing started. We also get glimpses of the engineers, designers that work behind the scenes to create fast moving, economical and sustainable cars. If anyone wants to find an easier way of getting to know the automobile you are about to buy, it would be best if they were to visit this channel and understand all the configurations and gadgets in the car right from the manufacturers.
92. The smoking tire
A channel that itself claims to give unfiltered and unedited automotive reviews hosted by Matt Farah who is an automotive journalist. He has reviewed around a thousand cars and has worked at dealerships, rental companies and owned a car wash. This gives him the edge a lot of reviewers do not have in terms of experience and so it comes as no surprise that around 897k people have subscribed to The Smoking Tire. Apart from review videos this channel also does podcasts where they invite a number of automotive experts and have a plethora of colorful conversations with them. The Smoking Tire, without trying too hard, is one of the extremely informative channels on YouTube. Their viewership is around 266 Million in total. They also have their own website, thesmokingtire.com where they upload their personal information and podcasts.
Tesla is one of the leading manufacturers in the world that are trying to transition to sustainable energy alternatives by using solar powered electric cars. Their official YouTube channel is used to help market Tesla in the YouTube world and launch their new models. They also discuss the cars’ configurations, the gadgets attached to them and take them for test drives. There are some videos scattered here and there of their sustainable energy projects that they have been able to start in a number of places. The subscriber count for this channel is roughly 894k and the total view count is 69 Million. Their videos are short and informative, which helps the viewer in retention.
94. Jr Garage
Jr Garage is a YouTube channel created by a car enthusiast that features automotive reviews, road trips, car shows, vlogs and so on. He has around 850k subscribers to whom he promises a fresh vibe from the automotive category on YouTube. He is more of a lifestyle YouTuber with a keen eye for good cars but seems a little too young to understand the depth of an automotive channel. Before starting YouTube in 2016, he, along with his brother, was trying to build multiple businesses which they say sparked their interest in cars. He has carried his passion for entrepreneurship into his YouTube channel and does videos regarding launching businesses. His videos have a little bit of a click bait-y vibe which I think has just become a part of the YouTube culture now but for the most part are fun and engaging. He now has a website jrgaragestore.com which is an extension of his channel where he sells merchandise.
95. Network A
This channel seems more like a service provider for Formula drift, FD Texas live races. They provide a platform to their viewers to converse about these races, and enjoy the thrill of being in a space where there is live commentary going on by equally enthusiastic people. There are a few videos where they have taken to the street to be on the lookout for spaces, small or big, starting from skates to race tracks for drag racing. They have around 890k subscribers and around 177 Million views in total.
A leading channel in automotive content in Latin America, Auto Dynamic helps you in making the right choice when purchasing a car. They are known to go beyond the already set automotive world and explore possibilities of a future in the automotive world. Their videos are based on the current market for cars in Mexico but also for the general viewer. So if you’re not from Mexico you can take advice on how dealerships work or how to be careful around a possible scammer. But with that, to keep their channel a little light hearted, they have almost weekly vlogs going up that give a glimpse of the creator’s personal life and with that his humor. The subscriber count for AutoDinamico is 888k and their videos rack up to 203 Million views in total.
97: Crown Rick Auto
Rick is a personality of his own. This is one of the most unique automotive channels I have ever come across. The creator of this channel is a police car enthusiast. He almost finds glee in taking apart decommissioned police cars and giving them a new life. Rick is almost always on the lookout for an armed car or a valuable (the weapon kind) he might come across in the junkyard. He breaks the cars apart, all the time recording the whole process, his excitement over each car he has been able to rebuild is palpable. Those refurbished cars are then sold in the market. Not only that but he also uses them as race cars, customizing them to the max for a good old drag race. He has around 879 k subscribers with 109 Million views in total for his extremely engaging personality and hard work.
98. Dogan Kabak
A Turkish automotive YouTuber, Dogan Kabak, is an automobile journalist for 16 years. He was an editor-in-chief at magazines such as EVO and Autocar. He has now been published in TopGear magazine. He thus shares his passion for cars, honest reviews, the cars he has already tested in many parts of the world. All of his achievement tells you to trust him when it comes to cars, their reviews and where to buy them from. His subscriber count is 876k and he has around 122 Million views in total. He seems like a young man who knows what he is doing.
99. GuMnAm ShAyAr
He is an interesting personality from India who apparently writes heart touching poems of love. His videos are extremely melodramatic Bollywood snippets where he has added his poetry. His subscriber count is 867k which just means there must be a lot of broken hearts in India, heavily relating to this poetry. The total views on his channel are 98 Million.
This is a Ukrainian channel that seeks to educate people about the law, and in turn abide by the laws. Their goal is to be protected by competent police officers who know, apply and abide by the law and are an example for citizens. But for this channel it is a two way street, the people should be as aware of the law as the police, hence there should be mutual respect. They have made a number of videos on their channel where they interact with policemen and make sure they are doing their job properly and not taking advantage of normal citizens. These videos are supposed to be informative and act as a helpful guide for some who, especially, lives in Ukraine. The channel has over 864k subscribers and 325 Million views in total.