New restorations and exclusive creations by talented Mexican mechanic Martín Vaca are the focus of the second season of Mexicánicos, Discovery en Español’s automotive-themed reality series.
The pay TV network is airing the program on Mondays at 10 p.m. (ET)/7 p.m. (PT) as part of its Lunes de Motores automotive-themed programming block. The second season bowed Nov. 9.
Season two is comprised of six hour-long episodes. In one episode, Mexican recording artist Lupillo Rivera, a classic car aficionado, travels from California to ask Martín to restore a 1954 GMC pickup truck.
In another episode, charismatic Chivas de Guadalajara soccer player Ángel Reyna visits the workshop with a request to personalize his pickup to look like a luxury car.
Two new team members join the series this season: Martín’s daughter, Isabel, charged with coming up with a new, more modern image and business model for Vaca Limousines, one of Mexico’s largest conversion workshops for customized hearses and limousines; and designer David Hernández.
Mexicánicos was produced for Discovery en Español by Drako Media under the direction of Gerardo Brandy, in co-production with High Noon Entertainment. The production was made under the supervision of Discovery Networks Latin America/U.S. Hispanic’s Michela Giorelli, Rafael Rodríguez and Carlos de la Paz.
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