When Clarkson, Hammond, and May have 2,540 combined horsepower at their disposal, good things are bound to happen. Last Friday (or late Thursday for those of us in the United States) saw Clarkson, Hammond, and May return to the screen for season three of The Grand Tour. The long-awaited episode took the infamous motoring presenters to Detroit for some hardcore muscle car action in the Motor City, featuring Clarkson in Ford Mustang, May in a Chevrolet Camaro, and Hammond seated once again in a Dodge Challenger. None were exactly stock, however. The Mustang was tuned courtesy of RTR to make 700 horsepower (522 kilowatts), and everyone is familiar with the Challenger SRT Demon which makes 840 hp (626 kW) thanks to the optional ECU upgrade available from the factory. May’s Camaro came from the halls of Hennessey, and if you haven’t heard of the The Exorcist, the infamous Texas tuner designed it to kill Demons with no less than 1,000 horsepower. It’s safe to say many tires were killed in the making of this film. The Grand Tour In Our Backyard: ⠀ The Grand Tour Season 3 Filming Descends On Detroit And for us, long-awaited has a very special meaning in… Read full this story
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