Again, at around ,500, much of the cost is buying the cars and getting them to the starting point.
While it might be cool to follow 's trail, you could undoubtedly still have a great adventure with friends while staying within the US, not to mention a significantly cheaper one.
Although, given that much of the route is through currently unstable Syria, this adventure is more hypothetical than realistic.
The cost works out to about ,050, or ,683 per person.
Richard Hammond said: “Gamers have got Twitch, travellers have got Trip Advisor and fashion fans have got, oh, something or other too. There’s no grand-scale online motoring community where people can meet and share video, comments, information and opinion. And then some.” Schmitt, CEO of Drive Tribe, said: “Automotive and adventure-lifestyle are huge growth areas for content, and are presently woefully underserved digitally.
UK company Car Leasing Made Simple has crafted an infographic with some back-of-the-envelope math (embedded below) to figure out what it might cost to perfectly recreate two of the show's classic trips.
In an interview with BBC’s Top Gear magazine, he said: “This is, without doubt, the most challenging thing I have ever done in my career,” comparing his move to when he took over the Radio 2 show from Terry Wogan.“People kept saying [after Wogan] I had ‘big shoes to fill’, and they’re saying it again now.
In an age when completely driverless cars (probably electric) seem to be just around the corner, the idea of starting a brand new online community aimed at petrolheads seems like an ill-timed one.
But but they also plan what they say will be a totally separate venture to create an online community for motoring enthusiasts.
Slated to launch in the Fall, Drive Tribe (which has a holding site and Facebook, You Tube and Twitter presence) will be a brand new digital media platform consisting of a combination of content produced by celebrities of the motoring scene, professionally created content and that generated by users themselves.