Top Gear fans can experience what it’s like to be a stunt driver in three new 360-degree films released on YouTube.
The three films turn the viewer into the driver as the stunt vehicles perform jumps over a music festival, supermarket car park and petrol station.
All three films are available to watch on Top Gear’s YouTube channel and have been filmed in the first person – putting fans in the driver’s seat.
At the end of the series, a short behind-the-scenes video shows how the films were made, with director and crew revealing what it took to make it all happen.
Duncan Gray, commercial director, Top Gear said: “We wanted to create entertaining content for our YouTube channel that took fans behind the scenes of a Top Gear stunt. And by producing this content in 360 we were able to ‘virtually’ put viewers right there in the driving seat of three enormously inappropriate stunt vehicles, something we’ve never done before.”