Three Men Four Wheels stars say their show is ‘different’ but maybe ‘better’ than Top Gear

Described by host Andrew Pritchard as better than Top Gear, the show will give viewers an in-depth and exclusive look behind the scenes of some of the most luxurious vehicles on the market. Fast, fun and with bags of laughs, the new series is set to sample a range of motoring gems viewers are unlikely to find elsewhere.

“This is one car the three of us together and no one has out the three of us together to do this. This is something we all built together.”

Roaring into life with a flash of red, episode one is dedicated to Ferrari’s iconic F40 sports car.

The mid-engine sports car styled by legendary designer Pininfarina was an icon of the late 1980s and early 1990s and was the last model personally approved by Enzo Ferrari himself.

The show dives into these details as well as shedding light on the bizarre story of the Sultan of Brunei who purchased eleven unique F40’s which were converted to fit steering wheels on the left side of the cockpit.

“It’s fun and you get to see these amazing cars, Thank God they’re letting me go on and go ‘one of the greatest cars of all time, I think it’s crap’ and isn’t that refreshing.

“It’s not done for effect, I mean it, I genuinely mean it. I think it’s a load of old tosh. I think we need a little bit more of that.”

Throughout the series, viewers will be taken through a debate on some of the greatest race and sports cars ever built.

Special episodes will focus on the Lotus 72, Aston Martin Ulster, Colin Mcrae’s Subaru Impreza rally car and a historic Bugatti T35.

But host Andy Jaye picks out an extensive look at the Mini Cooper S as his favourite episode to watch out for.

The episode will feature World Rally Champion (WRC) legend Paddy Hopkirk who won the 1964 Monte Carlo rally against all odds in the plucky vehicle.

Andy Jaye told “We don’t just have Paddy Hopkirk’s car, we had Paddy Hopkirk in the show. It’s joyful.

“He does a handbrake turn on his driveway when he meets us in the car and then makes tea for us. He’s a legend.

“The hairs on the back of my neck are standing up again.”

Three Men Four Wheels is available to stream now on discovery+

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