The Grand Tour: A Massive Hunt is available now but fans have been left wondering about the meaning of MFB after Jeremy Clarkson names his car.
After more than a year, The Grand Tour trio are back on our screens for their latest special episode, A Massive Hunt.
In the 90-minute epic, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May go in-search of buried pirate treasure on the island of Madagascar.
To contend with the rough terrain, each of the three hosts modifies their respective cars and Jeremy ends up naming his Bentley Continental the MFB.
But just what is the meaning behind MFB in The Grand Tour?
The Grand Tour: A Massive Hunt
The Grand Tour: A Massive Hunt is the latest special episode in Amazon’s globe-trotting motoring show.
This latest adventure sees hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May embark on a massive hunt for buried pirate treasure.
Starting on the island of Réunion and ending in neighbouring Madagascar, we follow the bumbling trio in modified sports cars as they travel across some of the world’s toughest terrain.
For this treasure-hunting adventure, Jeremy Clarkson elected on using a luxurious and lavish Bentley Continental GT.
However, to make the car suitable for the rugged and rough terrain in Madagascar, Jeremy makes some slight modifications including a tow-cable, armour plating and snorkels so the car can wade through water.
The go-anywhere Bentley is then given a new name by Jeremy, the MFB.
MFB meaning in The Grand Tour explained
- MFB stands for Mother F*****g Beast.
That’s right, according to Urban Dictionary, the initials stand for Mother F*****g Beast or Best depending on the acronym’s various uses.
In the case of The Grand Tour, you could argue that MFB stands for Mother F*****g Bentley.
MFB is used to describe something as being the best so it’s not surprising that Jeremy would name his car as such.
The Grand Tour: A Massive Hunt is available to stream now on Amazon Prime Video after releasing on December 17th, 2020.