Waze has been known to feature voices that suit the trend; they previously had Star Wars and Morgan Freeman as options. This time, they added Jeremy Clarkson’s latest motoring show into the app’s voice options – and it’s available in the Philippines.
The Grand Tour, which first episode recently aired via Amazon Video, stars ex-Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May. They left the UK-based show last year after Clarkson had an issue with one of the show’s producer.
Waze, which is one of the prominent navigational apps in the Philippines, recently added the voices of the 3 hosts from the The Grand Tour into their list of voices. If you’re a fan of these British broadcasters, you’ll probably enjoy them giving you directions while using the app; especially with that thick accent.
In relation to the show, The Grand Tour did an out-of-this-world public teaser last week by wrecking 3 Toyota Priuses in England, Germany, and the U.S. The first episode was initially available in UK, Japan, US, and Germany. However, the producers of the show has recently announced that it will be aired in over 200 countries across the globe in December.
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