On Top Gear, the trio clearly voiced their hate for the Prius, but never wrecked one. That unfortunate fate was confined to the unlucky Morris Marina. But with Amazon's massive budget now guiding the way, it looks like the hosts can finally unleash their hatred on the hybrid.
Three roughed-up Prius hybrids were left in London, Berlin, and Los Angeles. The white Prius in Kings Cross, London, looks like it had a bad encounter with a pillar box, the red hybrid in Germany is emerging out of a walkway, and the blue Prius on the Hollywood Walk of Fame looks like it was dropped on its nose from the top of a building.
The Grand Tour-branded hybrids, as spotted by The Drive, are also wearing specialized license plates. The number plate on the Prius in California reads "CL4RK50N," "H4MMOND" is on the hybrid in Berlin, and if you haven't guessed by now, "M4Y" on the car in London.
Not only can you wake up to the glorious sound of Clarkson, Hammond, and May on an Amazon Echo, but you can also see their beautiful art on the way to work. And soon, you'll be able to watch them do fun things in cars again.