The announcement states that Top Gear host Chris Harris, 43, crashed his Porsche with a three-circuit truck on the A466 near Tintern, Monmouthshire.
Chris, reportedly, drove through the Wye Valley with the senior editor of the magazine.
Fortunately, no one was injured in the collision, but both vehicles were damaged.
Top Gear spokeswoman told Express.co.uk: "We can confirm that Chris Harris was previously involved in a car accident in Wales while working on Top Gear magazine.
"Chris, his passenger and driver of the second car were unharmed and the police were invited to the scene."
The BBC added that one eyewitness said the pickup truck was maneuvering in the seemingly torsional turn before the collision.
They continued to say that Porsche was installed in the side of the truck between the front and rear wheels.
Chris, who joined the show in 2016, worked in front of the 26th emission series to be broadcast early next year.
The conductor will perform with his new co-presenter Freddie Flintoff and Paddy McGuiness.
Speaking of his excitement to join the latter, he recently said, "I think you can tell how fun it is to make Top Gear with Paddy and Freddie.
"Both are brilliant, natural entertainers – and their troubles blended with the most exciting cars on the planet will surely present the show to the next level.
"My dream job has become even better."
Paddy has since commended his new job thanks to his boss to give him an exciting role.
He said, "Getting the Top Gear Concert is a real honor and I'm thrilled at what the BBC gave this opportunity.
"To be the host of the show I've watched and loved by a little boy, it's not exciting.
"Top Gear fans around the world are a passionate bunch and I consider myself one of them.
"Now let's launch this great British machine and see what it can!"
Freddie Flintoff adds: "You do not often have the opportunity to work both your jobs in sleep, but now I'm lucky to say that I will have.
"I've always been passionate about cars and I'm really excited to join the Top Gear team."
A double new deal comes after friends of star Matt LeBlanc announced that he left the show.
Rory Reid has also resigned from office, but will introduce additional equipment to Top Gear.