Going into the unknown and into a place where no cameras have ever been allowed, local YouTube reality show series "Boostaholics" took a trip to Ford Motor Company in Detroit, Michigan and etched in the proverbial stone their place in automotive history. For decades, the doors at all automotive manufacturing design facilities have always been locked; blocked from the public eye due to manufacturer espionage. Thanks to a miracle from god, some good editing, and a keen opportunist - we now know what goes on behind the closed doors at the Ford Product Development Center.
The video actually starts out in Tampa Bay, when the crew visits a local radio station and goes on air talking about a recent viral video production. It then switches over to our beloved TPA (Tampa International Airport for the laymen / tourist), where the show's host takes off on an adventure to the northern frontier.
Upon this trip, you'll see a live vehicle revealing of the 2015 Ford Edge, a walk-through of the the Product Development Center where new vehicles are made, and then finally a stupendous closing scene of utmost vehicular hoonage at Ford's Dearbon Proving Grounds. We as Buccaneers should be proud that a Tampa citizen was the first to penetrate the impervious fortress of solitude and bring back such pivotal, history making footage.
Never before has a video crew or television show been allowed behind the scenes like what you'll see in this video.
#Boostaholics, we salute you!