Top Gear USA Heads to Iceland


The boys from Top Gear USA head to Iceland for what looks like an off-roading trip in some great SUVs.

Top Gear just had its season 19 premiere a few days back (don't dare call it Top Gear UK, it is the original after all), and it seems won't be long before Top Gear USA returns to the airwaves, with the trio of Tanner Foust, Rutledge Wood and Adam Ferrera recently caught in Iceland to film an episode for the upcoming fourth season. Originally scooped by a Hooniverse reader, the trio was spotted parked at the Hallgrimskirkja in Reykjavik, Iceland where a local resident managed to take these great photos.

At around the same time, Tanner Foust confirmed the show was in Iceland through an Instagram update. But what's important here is what they're driving. Hooniverse reports that Foust is behind the wheel of the Bronco, Wood is in the International Harvester Scout and Ferrera is in the GMC pickup. Their support vehicles for the trip are that bright orange modified Toyota Tacoma, a Toyota Land Cruiser, a Sprinter van and a Land Rover Discovery camera car.

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