Jeremy Clarkson snaps up cars like we buy Boots meal deals, as he’s revealed what happens to the cars of The Grand Tour once they finish filming their specials.
The 59-year-old answered questions from fans of the Amazon Prime series on Twitter, when one of his 7.2 million followers asked where the stars of the show end up after filming – and we’re not talking about Richard Hammond or James May.
‘The Jeep from Colombia and the Alfa from Scotland are at my house,’ he tweeted.
No wonder then, that The Grand Tour season four will be a collection of specials, ditching their traditional studio format for a series of road trips following the success of their booze-free Mongolian adventure last year.
Last month, the boys revealed they’ve kicked off filming in Cambodia, re-creating The Beatles’ iconic Abbey Road photo under the glorious lights of Siem Reap’s Pub Street.
Jeremy and his merry men are currently back in the UK before jetting off to their next TGT destination, where the main man is celebrating being crowned the most popular Top Gear presenter of all time, despite parting ways with the BBC for punching a producer over a sirloin steak.
While Jezza came out on top in a landslide victory in a poll released by Radio Times, with Jimmy and Dickie trailing just behind in second and third places respectively, their replacement Chris Evans missed the top 10 entirely.
‘I’m overwhelmed, this is literally the 27th thing I’ve won, and it’s always special, but this is a particularly special moment,’ enthused the host, modest as ever, over his title.