THE GRAND TOUR is renowned for taking on a number of incredible cars for spins throughout the various episodes, and although some of them don’t make it out alive, Jeremy Clarkson has now revealed what happens to the cars that do survive.
The Grand Tour brings the biggest, best, and most unusual cars to the forefront of TV.
Whether hosts Jeremy Clarkson, James May, or Richard Hammond love or hate the cars they sit in, they are required to figure out how they work.
But when the hosts enjoy working with a car the fate of the vehicle is left a mystery, leaving viewers to assume the worst for the cars.
However Jeremy has now confirmed what happened to some of the cars after appearing on the show this season.
Tweeting Jeremy directly, one fan inquired what goes on with the cars once they’re done with them.
They asked: “@JeremyClarkson what happens to the cars you use once you’ve finished filming the specials?”
To which Jeremy replied: “The Jeep from Colombia and the Alfa from Scotland are at my house.”
The reply did not go unnoticed by his 7.2 million followers, as a few began replying to his confession.
One simply commented: “Memento!” while another followed up to ask: “But what about the Peugeot GTI from the VHS I used to watch? Best handling car apparently…”
It’s just as well the cars received good homes after filming, as they probably wouldn’t stand a chance if they were plummeted into another filming session.
Recently the official Grand Tour Twitter account posted a video of the trio losing their patience with one another.
The first clip showcased Richard reversing his car into Jeremy’s, leaving him utterly furious.
Red-faced with anger, Jeremy screamed: “Hammond!” before moving the car.
Later in the video Jeremy can be seen yelling once again after Richard supposedly did something wrong.
The host exclaimed: “Hammond you blithering idiot!”
Jeremy did receive some comments back from his colleagues, however, as he giggled along to his own pranks whilst Richard and James suffered.
Viewers of the video were utterly elated by the clips, and began replying to the tweet to say so.
One wrote: “This is easily the best show on TV right now.”
Another said: “Damn I miss these three, hopefully we won’t have to wait too long for season four.”