If you thought Jeremy Clarkson was big-headed, now we have proof.
These massive stone heads are currently in Sydney, though they were also spotted in Seattle recently. They're being used to promote 'The Grand Tour' being available to watch in Australia and more than 200 countries this month.
The heads were originally destined for Seattle, which is Amazon's home town. Though 'The Grand Tour' Twitter channel admitted its original plan had fallen through, and so the heads were diverted to Sydney, Australia instead.
The three eight-feet tall stone heads were paraded through the Australian city on a flatbed truck bearing the logos of both Amazon and 'The Grand Tour'. They left a boat at White Bay, then were crane-lifted onto a freight truck before passing local landmarks including Sydney Opera House and Harbor Bridge.
There's no word on what the heads' final destination will be. Trucks including similarly-scaled body parts of the presenters have also been spotted, so it sounds like we're going to see massive statues erected at some point.