The return of Doctor Who with Nguti Gatwa as the protagonist of one of the most watched series in history has been confirmed and fans can’t stop wondering what will happen to Betsie, the nice car that he drove in the original series. After a long investigation, in Tork we found the whereabouts of the most iconic car on TV.
The BBC confirmed that Doctor Who returns to the screens. This time with the Rwandan actor, Nguti Gatwa as the lead, becoming the first black actor to be Doctor Who. The 28-year-old actor comes from being one of the protagonists of sexeducation, one of Netflix’s biggest hits.
Fans of the series are excited because, despite the fact that it has been on the air since 2005, this means a big change. Let’s remember that Doctor Who first aired in 1963. and has 39 seasons and 861 episodes. However, something that fans wonder is what happened to Bessie, the car that David Tennant, Peter Capaldi and Tom Baker knew how to drive among others.
In Tork we made an investigation and managed to find the whereabouts of this Ford Popular 103E from 1954. This iconic yellow car accompanied Doctor Who throughout the series and became quite an icon for fans. had a anti-theft shielda remote control to be able to call him and a modified engine to go at high speeds.
Nowadays, the car that Nguti Gatwa is going to drive when he records the series, It is in the National Motor Museum in England., better known as Beaulieu. There he is sheltered next to Mr Bean’s Mini and the Ford Anglia that Harry Potter drives.
The truth is that it is not known if it will be present in these new seasons since, in addition to being in a museum, it has not appeared since 1993. For now we will have to wait to see what car Ncuti Gatwa drives.