With punishing snow storms clouting parts of America this winter, Tanner, Adam and Rutledge were tasked by the show’s producers to put their heads together and come up with a multi-tasking snow-beating vehicle to serve the local community. The result? The 1999 Chevrolet 22-passenger snow-plough school bus you see before you. And yes, there’s something […]
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Many insurance companies consider a car over 25 years old to be a classic. But can a car from the 1980s really offer the kind of sound investment potential that attracts many classic car buyers? In tonight’s episode of TG USA, Rutledge, Adam and Tanner each choose their favourite 80s car and compete in a series of challenges […]
Good news, inhabitants of America! Brand new episodes of Top Gear US return to HISTORY this evening at 9/8c – and we’ve got a little video preview. The new shows take in everything from the Arizona backcountry to the Autobahns of Germany, with a brief visit to the Scottish Highlands here in little old Blighty. […]
Top Gear specials are known for epic journeys, incredible scenery and the amusement of three idiots having a hard time. What they’re not known for is challenging civil engineering projects. Until TG visited Burma. In this special Clarkson, Hammond and May don’t just buy three knackered old lorries and drive miles through the beautiful landscapes of Burma. Oh […]
Designing and making cars is an expensive thing to do. So is racing them. All told, the car business spends billions every year and with such vast sums at stake you’d think the people involved wouldn’t give desk space to Captain Cockup. Sadly, you would be wrong.
Yes, the latest stop on the glittering Top Gear Live World Tour happened this weekend… in Barbados.
A couple of weeks back on Top Gear, you’ll remember that Jeremy and James literally solved cycling. Full stop. They did this using a very informative public information film which argued for consideration and compassion towards users of cycles… so that they could keep the roads clear for drivers.