"I couldn’t believe what I was reading. Had I really said that? It was horrible," the British media personality said in a new statement.
A spokesperson for the couple told HuffPost that "a true apology would be a shift in their coverage and ethical standards for all."
The "Top Gear" presenter said he was "horrified to have caused so much hurt," but didn't apologize.
"Oh no, you’ve just lost."
Richard Hammond left the car moments before it burst into flames.
For most Americans, The BBC is the broadcasters that produces stuff like Downton Abbey (except that is ITV), and other Masterpiece Theater shows that they occasionally watch on PBS - maybe. But in Britain, The BBC is under fire.
You could've done better than that, Amazon.
It's an Elon Musk world, and we're just living in it. Before we bow down to a seemingly fearless and altruistic pioneer of electric vehicles and libertarianism, it's important to point out the ongoing contradictions with Musk and markets.