Fans of Top Gear can now see three new cars from The Three Wise Men Christmas Special, in the World of Top Gear exhibition at Beaulieu.
For the 2010 Top Gear Christmas Special, the show's producers sent presenters Jeremy, Richard and James on their most dangerous challenge to date; following the path of the three wise men, starting - rather worryingly - in Iraq and finishing some 1200 miles later, in Bethlehem.
"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," said Stephen Munn, Commercial Director at the National Motor Museum.
World of Top Gear features a collection of cars created by the presenters for some of their most ambitious challenges on the TV show over the years.
Exhibition highlights include the Top Gear 'Enormodrome' which recreates the feel of the Top Gear studio, where the TV show is filmed in front of a live audience.
Regular features from the programme including the Cool Wall and the Celebrity 'Lap Times' boards are kept up to date in line with the show. Visitors can also watch behind-the-scenes footage of the TG production zone and clips of some of the best Top Gear moments.