Granted the definition of a "shop" varies from person to person, but really, that's little more than a largeish two-car garage with some extra cabinets and workbenches. It's nice and all, but nowhere near the "ultimate" man-cave like the title of the video claims.
Even without arguing things like "general maintenence shop" (clean fancy garage in which the owner does little more than basic tune-ups or tire changes) versus "fabrication shops" (where the user is making parts or doing major reconstructive surgery using machine tools and/or welders and grinders) that place doesn't even come close to some of the ones I've seen (both in person and online.)
Garage Journal and the HAMB are full of 'em; like ones with turntables so you can pull in, rotate the car, and back it into it's stall. Or the famous ones where the patio or walkway section rises up, you drive in, and it lowers the car into an underground garage/workspace. Or the ones with a panoramic window-wall, so you can see the whole valley while you change your sparkplugs.
Regardless of whether you just change your oil in it or you build hotrods from scratch in it, the bar's pretty high for anything calling itself an "ultimate" garage/shop/man-cave these days.