Vintage Voltage available to watch now on Quest UK, Discovery
Vintage Voltage TV Show follows Richard (Moggy) and his team of ‘real working’ ingenious mechanics at Electric Classic Cars in Wales, using the latest technology and engineering advances to restore, rebuild and convert classics into electric dream cars of the future.
With owners wanting more power, more performance but with less cost to their pocket and to the planet, the solution is electric. From Karmann Ghia, to the red Magnum PI Ferrari, the Fiat 500, Photon Motorbike and the much-loved Landrover Defender – the future of electric cars is all about style, fast-torque and petrol-free living.
Vintage Voltage car show is a fast-paced, informative and hugely entertaining electric-classic car conversion show. Vintage Voltage is the first ‘electric car’ show to hit our UK TV screens.
About the Show
In the valleys of mid Wales a revolution is underway, as iconic cars of the past are being given a new lease of life. In the brand-new TV series, Vintage Voltage. Richard ‘Moggy’ Morgan and his team of cutting-edge mechanics are taking classic cars and re-engineering them as electric cars for the future. With owners wanting more power, more performance but with less cost to their pocket and to the planet, the solution is electric.
Master mechanic Richard Morgan and his tech savvy, passionate team have developed the skills and technology to give much loved classics an electrifying twist.
Creators behind Vintage Voltage
Creator Rupert Bryan, and co-creator Louisa Edwards from MPH Film, started to develop Vintage Voltage in 2017. MPH Film teamed up with Attaboy TV to create a new format, and co-produce the show together.
Acquisition for Discovery
Vintage Voltage has been produced for Discovery owned networks on both sides of the Atlantic. In the U.S., the series aired on Motor Trend TV (formerly Velocity) and all ten episodes are currently available on the Motor Trend App, the only subscription streaming service dedicated entirely to the motoring world. In the UK, the series will air on Quest and was bought by Jamie Watkins, Manager, Acquisitions. Quest airs the series from June 25th 2020. The co-financing jigsaw is completed by ITV Studios GE with the deal negotiated by Harry Arkwright, Global Acquisitions Executive, Non-Scripted.