Former British Special Forces operative Gary Humphrey and American car junkie Bill Wu have the drive to survive. In each episode of ``One Car Too Far,'' the pair are dropped into a remote location in Chile -- a country with at least seven major climatic subtypes -- and must work together not only to recover a vehicle that has been placed near their location, but also to return with it to civilization. It's the perfect combination: Mechanically minded Wu knows the ins and outs of cars, and Royal Marine Humphrey knows how to survive in the wild. But without proper roads and real supplies, they must rely on instinct and expertise to make it out, plus whatever they can find to turn a regular car into an all-purpose vehicle to get them over, under and through just about any obstacle in their way.
Dropped deep into a hostile rainforest, Bill and Gary's teamwork and survival skills are put to the ultimate test. In just three days, their journey pits them against swollen gullies, swampy bogs, and a waist deep drive across a deadly river.
Dropped onto the peak of a frozen volcano, Bill and Gary must navigate their car over deadly crevasses, fatal ice fields, and through razor sharp lava slopes - all the while protecting themselves and the car from freezing temperatures
Stranded in an unforgiving mountain range, Bill and Gary have to drive their car across boulder fields, where the threat of landslides looms. Forced to repel off a 60-degree cliff they must now overcome a 600ft drop where one slip could be their last.
Helicoptered into the world's driest desert, Bill and Gary scale 10-story high sand dunes and 50-degree slopped sand bowls. Gary, under constant pressure, explores techniques to stay hydrated, while Bill struggles to keep their car and challenge alive.