Hit TV show Top Gear could be heading to the US, after the BBC revealed it is in talks to take it over the Atlantic.
Top Gear has been a ratings winner for BBC Two
The Sun newspaper reported that the show will be fronted by current presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May.
It said the US show would be the same as the UK version, but focusing on American cars, such as Cadillacs.
US stars will also test their driving skills against mystery racing driver The Stig, the newspaper added.
A spokeswoman for the BBC confirmed that BBC Worldwide - the corporation's commercial arm - had been in talks, but could not confirm details.
"BBC Worldwide has had exploratory conversations with the US networks to bring a local version of Top Gear to the US, but there is not yet a deal on the table," she said.
Top Gear has already been shown in the US on the Discovery Channel.
In November 2005 it won an international Emmy award for the best non-scripted entertainment show.
Top Gear made a successful comeback to BBC Two in January, four months after Richard Hammond was involved in a serious high-speed crash while filming.
Last month an estimated eight million people tuned in to see the last episode in the series - BBC Two's largest audience for 10 years.
The show is due to return for a new series in the autumn.