One other day, one other James Could roasting session, courtesy of Drivetribe on YouTube. We have seen the previous Prime Gear host roasting automobiles of celebrities earlier than, however not for this video.
On stage for this roast is Drivetribe’s resident Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody – a long-term loaner that Richard Hammond beforehand drove to work a number of months in the past. The opposite member of The Grand Tour trio had his share of criticisms of the four-door American muscle, now it is time for Captain Gradual to voice his grievances.
First off, Could referred to as the Charger ridiculous because it’s screamingly big. It is even wider than a Vary Rover – an statement that is aligned with Hammond. In actual fact, the widebody Charger is wider by 120 millimeters (4.7 inches) wider than the Vary Rover, which says loads contemplating how large the Land Rover SUV is.
Different feedback from Could included the left-hand-drive configuration, saying that it is alarming to the passenger (provided that they are going to be nearer the opposing lane).
The runt of Could’s criticisms was with the Charger’s inside, which is, once more, in keeping with Hammond’s feedback. He implied the tackiness of the cabin, describing it as “not polished, not discreet, not well mannered.”
Could and his co-presenter within the video additionally observed a thriller can underneath the hood. Whereas he praised how lovely (and enormous) the supercharged Hemi V8 was, he could not assist however discover the poor craftsmanship on the unknown half added contained in the bonnet.
Could was a bit restrained in critiquing the Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody. Given his earlier roasts, we have been anticipating worse issues coming from the seasoned journalist. Then once more, as he stated himself, nothing’s free, so that ought to clarify why he was light on what essentially is Drivetribe’s free automobile.