Sean from TopGearbox here with another exclusive preview of The Grand Tour Series 3’s seventh episode – which is called “Well aged Scotch”.
In this episode, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May set out to prove that not all classic cars have become insanely expensive by finding rare and desirable machines that have yet to accelerate up the appreciation curve.
With Clarkson in an Alfa Romeo GTV6, Hammond in a Fiat X1/9 and May in a Lancia Gamma Coupe, the three set off on a road trip around the top of Scotland taking in the sensational driving roads of the North Coast 500, winding their way through some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world to a soundtrack of grinding gearboxes, malfunctioning wipers and Richard Hammond complaining about how horribly cold he is.
Also in this show, Jeremy is at the Eboladrome to test the new BMW M5 super saloon against the same-but-different Alpina B5.
The seventh episode of The Grand Tour Series 3 will stream on Amazon Prime Video on February 22nd 2019, so if you haven’t got an active Prime Video account yet make sure you sign up here. Please consider subscribing to our YouTube channel or bookmarking TopGearbox.com, as we’ll be bringing you previews for every single upcoming episode of The Grand Tour Series 3 in the weeks to come.
Are you looking forward to enjoying some Grand Tour Scotch? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.
does anyone an idea which soundtrack comes up when bow m5 and bow alpine are drag racing on eboladrome ?
Just like in TG S13E05,Hammond lose his retractable roof again.In snow again.Thrown by Clarkson and got it back again（In TG he drove a T-Top Z32 300ZX）
I like all nations classic,well,maybe not Chinese.So this is a fun episode to see beautiful Scotland view and （not so）beautifully running Italian classics
Fair enough, though two of them are quite pretty to have a look at. Not sure about the X1/9 though.
I wonder if Andy Chen is as infatuated by these Italian Classics, judging how much he seems to like Italian cars. M5 vs B5 seems like an interesting test.
Actually,I like British cars best,Italian maybe second to it