The Grand Tour Hosts Return To England In Episode 3

Posted: Dec 3 2016, 11:26pm CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

The Grand Tour Hosts Return to England in Episode 3
 

Episode 3 of The Grand Tour successfully returns to the hosts’ roots in Yorkshire. The fishing village of Whitby in Yorkshire, England was taken over by the show’s tent in fine form.

The Grand Tour started with a bang but we were surprised when the response was not the same for the second episode. However it seems by Episode 3 all is right with the series.

For the third episode of the hit Amazon Prime series the three hosts returned to their roots. Clarkson, Hammond and May, who are all Yorkshiremen, took back the show to the fishing village of Whitby in Yorkshire, England.

There we saw a shift back to the hosts explaining cars and going on a tour in the episode entitled “Opera, Arts and Donuts”. The hosts took their tours in excellent rides like a Rolls-Royce Dawn, an Aston Martin DB11 and a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat.

Another reason for the success of the show was the return of the hosts’ gentle ribbing of each other’s car choices. The trio did do an excellent job of informing the viewers about the cars.

The highlight of the show was Aston Martin's new DB11 and the Rolls-Royce Dawn coupé. The two Grand Tourers, are verily machines made to cross continental borders but in style.

The episode showed how the GTs car segment is under-appreciated as a form. Richard Hammond on the other hand took the high road with the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat.

The 707-horsepower (527 kW) may be a good ride but did not come up to par due to the very loud pedal, while the other two cars silently covered the countryside.

The episode also showed the demolition of Clarkson’s house which was agreed upon in the first episode. May methodically got rid of the house on the scenic property.

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