The Grand Tour will race back onto Amazon Prime Video in January, we can now confirm – and a new trailer gives us our first proper look at Season 3 of the car series.
The new episodes see Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May burning rubber around the world, causing chaos through tricky terrains in Colombia, Mongolia, China, Detroit and…Stansted Airport, while their giant studio tent remains back home in ‘Jeremy’s garden’ in the Cotswolds.
The new trailer shows Richard Hammond struggling to keep his Jeep on a tiny bridge over a steep canyon in Colombia. Also revealed are the three comrades taking on epic challenges in Detroit and Nevada, Jeremy and Abbie attempting an unusual snowy challenge in Sweden, and James May playing the bagpipes in Scotland.
The trio’s third outing promises more stunning cinematography, more testing of the world’s most impressive cars and more answering of the questions that literally no one is asking.
Season 3 will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on Friday 18th January 2019, with episodes released weekly. Here’s the trailer:
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