The team behind Google’s popular navigation mobile app Waze like to have some fun while guiding users to their destination. Today, the Waze team announced that for a limited time, users can get their directions from the hosts of the new Amazon Prime streaming TV series, The Grand Tour.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May will be telling you to turn left, right or if you are getting close to your home. If you are not familiar with the trio, they are the former hosts of the BBC’s worldwide hit car driving show Top Gear. In 2015, the BBC announced it would not be bringing Clarkson back to the show after he attacked a Top Gear producer. Both Hammond and May left as well, and Amazon snatched the trio up to launch a new car-oriented show, The Grand Tour. The first two episodes of the series are live on Amazon Prime now, and new episodes will premiere every Friday. As with Top Gear, the hosts drive some amazing vehicles and get into some over-the top races and events.
If you want to hear them making your drive to a new destination more pleasant, you can access their voices on the Waze app by going into Settings, then Sound and then Voice Language. Finally, you pick “Clarkson, Hammond & May” from the menu selection of voices. It will be available from now until February 5.