While giving the Muira a quick spin, Jay runs into some car trouble. Luckily for him, Robert Herjavec of Shark Tank happens along with his electric blue 1976 Lamborghini Countach. Robert gives Jay a lift back to town and, once there, they head straight to Franco's, a family-run auto body shop for luxury vehicles. At Franco's, Robert and Jay explore the shop and check out a few rides, like a 1988 version Robert's current car, the Lamborghini Countach.
Jay's next guest is superstar Nick Cannon, who actually owns a luxury car dealership. Jay takes a tour and checks out some of the cars that Nick has on display, while Nick explains that everything in the building is for sale. One notable exception: The white Rolls Royce that Nick purchased for his grandfather. After the tour, Jay and Nick take one of the toys out on the road: A jet-black 2013 Ferrari California with 453 horsepower. After a leisurely cruise around town, it's time for jay to visit his next guest.
Next, Jay flies to the Michelin Proving Grounds in Laurens, South Carolina to meet with Christian Von Koenigsegg, the founder of Koenigsegg Automotive. If the other cars in this episode are considered supercars, the Koenigsegg One:1 would be considered a "megacar." At $3 million dollars, the One:1 is one of the most expensive cars around. It's also one of the rarest. There are only six of them in the world and only one in the USA—the one Jay is test-driving. After a few mega-powered laps around the track, Jay heads back home.