In the aftermath of WWII, America is moving to the suburbs, fueling a huge demand for new cars. It's a race to give new American consumers what they want, and the result is the golden age of the American automobile. The '50s and '60s youth want speed and fun, and the Big Three battle each other to give it to them, creating the all-American muscle car.
Henry Ford, the Dodge Brothers, William Durant and Walter Chrysler risk their livelihoods as they fight to bring a revolution in transportation to the masses. Their struggle laid the groundwork for some of the largest corporate empires in American history.