Three cars featured in the 2010 Christmas special episode of motoring TV show Top Gear are being displayed at the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu.
The Three Wise Men Christmas Special of Top Gear saw show presenters - Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May - following the path of the three wise men from Iraq to Bethlehem, spanning nearly 1,200 miles.
The cars used in the special episode are the latest additions to the Hampshire museum's World of Top Gear exhibition, which features a collection of vehicles used in the challenges on the TV show over the years.
Stephen Munn, commercial director at the National Motor Museum, said: "We like to keep the exhibition as up to date as we possibly can and what could be better than for fans to see the show on TV and then the cars just a few days later."
Highlights of the exhibition include the Top Gear Enormodrome, which is a recreation of the show's studio.
Visitors to the exhibition can also watch behind-the-scenes footage from the show along with clips of some of the best Top Gear moments.
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