Top Gear is known for being one of the most innovative car-enthusiast shows in the world. So when it came time for Rory Reid to review the Renault Twingo, he decided to drive it around a giant Pac-Man style track.
The track was made up of stacked shipping containers, and little lit-up dots were laid on the road for Reid’s car to gobble up. Playing the role of the ghosts were race car drivers Sabine Schmitz, in a Smart Brabus For Two, and Chris Harris, in a Volkswagen Up.
Reid had three lives to use as he drove around and giant arcade board. Luckily, he was able to get a huge amount of dots after driving over a “power up” dot which stalled the engines in the two ghost vehicles.
In the end, Reid got all the dots and managed to prove that the Renault Twingo is a nifty little car for urban environments.
Top Gear airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on BBC America.
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