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Hey look, it's Magnus Walker on Top Gear America in a Porsche in downtown Los Angeles.

Yes, that is a 1968 Ford Mustang.

This week's episode is all about movie cars.

Other vehicles include a tank and a McLaren 720S.

Complete with new hosts for a new series.

The legend keeps surfacing, unlike the body.

Plans to construct affordable housing on the Dunsfold Aerodrome site were greenlit in December.

Which cars would you take to Cuba?

This is far less serious than his 2006 jet car accident.

This is now what to expect from 'Top Gear.'

Which supercar would you use year round?

The show returns on March 5.

One of the few times a Ford GT is going to be overshadowed.

A chat with the ex-Top Gearer on his other new venture.

The show airs in the US on March 13

The British only have three weeks to wait, and we have a month left.

It's Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris, Rory Reid, and The Stig, together again.

Still no official date, but it's apparently "coming soon" to both the BBC and BBC America.

And yes, there are only three hosts in this teaser.

Hey BBC, could we have a bit more info than "Coming Soon?"

Watch Block and LeBlanc go 'round and 'round in this beautifully smokey footage.

Is this a commentary on his ego?

It seems The Grand Tour has something big planned.

Rewatching season 22 leaves us excited for The Grand Tour's first episode.

Ambulances and French stereotypes aside, there was a lot to like in Top Gear's 22nd season.

It's been a long time coming, but The Grand Tour is almost here.

The long and bumpy road that's led us to The Grand Tour is almost over. Here's the story of that journey.

If you forgot, the trio really hates the Prius.

It's the best (or worst) alarm in the world.

Simply set your Amazon Echo or Echo Dot to The Grand Tour setting.

The last figure, though, is from Jeremy Clarkson.

We know Clarkson loves to exaggerate, but that's an insane number.

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