The Grand Tour's Huge Heads Are In Sydney Today

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And we're not talking about Clarkson's ego.

Could this mean the spiritual successor to Top Gear is filming down under?

Giant stone heads (yes, you're reading this correctly) of The Grand Tour presenters Jeremy "Problematic" Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond are being driven around Sydney today. Gizmodo has scored leaked footage of the heads.

First seen leaving a boat at White Bay, the three eight foot tall stone statues were craned onto a freight truck bearing The Grand Tour logos, before beginning a tour of Sydney, raising speculation that a colossal statue could be erected somewhere in the country.

You might just get a chance to spot the guys passing local landmarks including the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House today.

The Grand Tour has not yet revealed the final destination of the statues, but trucks containing other body parts including Jeremy, James and Richard's arms, legs and crotch (really) have also been spotted.

The Grand Tour will launch on Amazon's Prime Video globally in over 200 countries and territories around the world this December.

That being said, if you're an Amazon Prime member you can watch The Grand Tour right now in Australia. No hacks, no VPNs.

Edit: This article originally contained information given to us by The Grand Tour team detailing the tour's schedule, which we have removed at their request as "There were last minute changes internally".

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