Commuters using King’s Cross station in London and passers-by at the Hackescher Markt in Berlin have found themselves confronted by the sight of two crashed Toyota Prius cars.
In London the car featured the personalised number plate ‘M4Y’ while German passers-by noticed ‘their’ car was labelled ‘H4MMOND’ – suggesting that two of The Grand Tour’s hosts have suffered yet another motoring mishap.
Co-presenter Jeremy Clarkson appears to have avoided the fate that has befallen his colleagues. However, time will tell whether he, and whatever car he’s been driving, will make it through the day unscathed.
UPDATE: Clarkson’s whereabouts have now been confirmed.
The trio have been travelling the world filming the first series in far-flung locations across the globe and have already taken the tent to Johannesburg, California, Whitby, Rotterdam, Lapland and Stuttgart, with Nashville, Loch Ness and Dubai next on the itinerary.
Sightings of the two cars follows news this morning that Amazon is knocking £20 off the cost of a Amazon Prime subscription for anyone signing up by Friday 18th November, the show’s launch date. This means the first year’s annual membership now costs just £59, down from £79.
The Grand Tour will air exclusively on Amazon Prime Video which is available to anyone with an Amazon Prime subscription or standalone monthly subscription to the Prime Video service.
The service can be accessed on selected Smart TVs, via smartphone and tablet apps and via Amazon’s Fire TV stick and Fire TV.