Watching Jeremy and Richard drive through the streets of Pau in a gorgeous XKSS and DB4 GT Lightweight was truly a treat for the eyes. It’s nice knowing that car manufacturers respect their history respect their history enough to recreate some of their most iconic cars with such love and care.
If anything, this SMART car and Prius generation needs to learn their history and understand that there was once a time where cars were made to be beautiful works of art.
In other news, the Ford GT rips up the Eboladrome, and one of my favorite drummers of all time, Stewart Copeland from The Police, goes head to head with the legendary Nick Mason from Pink Floyd.
So how did the internet feel about the episode? Let’s take a look!
— Maliha Faizullah (@MalihaFaizullah) January 29, 2018
— Alex Lane (@scootaar) January 29, 2018
The last episode of The Grand Tour was a good fun! It's just great to see such great old cars on the roads. #TheGrandTour
— Lukáš Redl (@lukasredl) January 29, 2018
I love how #TheGrandTour is gradually feeling more like the Top Gear of old, again.
— Nicola ????️???? (@nicol4y) January 29, 2018
Loved this week's show. The Aston and Jag were incredible as was the celeb face off but the dogging part made me laugh the hardest.#TheGrandTour
— JJ7 (@jamiejammo7) January 29, 2018