For some reason, Mr. Clarkson seems to be obsessed with skiing in, or sometimes behind a Jaguar. It's been his favorite sport since 2001.
This '74 GTV suffered a real 'hold my beer' moment.
The newest trailer features jumping Alfas, Sumo wrestlers, off-road action, and of course, plenty of Chris Harris sideways action.
The January update adds 10 cars, and all of them are pretty good.
"Farmkhana" has not gone well.
That poor Merkur XR4Ti...
We don't know when the new season will premiere, but we're already excited.
John Hennessey straps a Christmas tree on a brand-new Hellcat to see how fast he can deliver holiday cheer.
This is probably something you don't want to find out in real life, so let's have video games show us.
D.K.'s Veilside Nissan 350Z goes up for sale in England. Remember this thing?
For some reason this is oddly satisfying to watch.
The first episode of season two is promising. We look at what's changed and where they can still improve
The game show is back after five years off the air, and we took it for a spin.
It stars a Lamborghini Countach, a RUF CTR, a Ferrari Testarossa and an Aston Martin V8 Vantage. Oh, and Valentino Balboni.
Flying car? Well, for a few minutes, yeah.
The Grand Tour announced its Season 2 celebrity guests. This time, they won't all be killed before they can get to the stage.
Some BeamNG Drive crashes are terrifyingly brutal, but you can't look away.
What can we expect from the second season?
The Aussie Porsche factory driver "auditioned" for The Grand Tour. It didn't go well.
And because it's in a video game, you don't have to worry if everyone is ok.
Get it? It's half of an Alfa Romeo.
This little mid-engine car lives in video-game world of Gran Turismo Sport, but we'd love to see it in real life.
Spoiler: It's not the truck's fault.
Watch the new trailer here.
Since the original 1965 XK-E hearse was crashed in the movie Harold and Maude, somebody had to bring it back to life.