The Grand Tour Confirmed For Nov 18 Debut On Amazon Prime

The Grand Tour is set to debut on Amazon Prime on November 18th, airing every Friday.

The all-new motoring show hosted by Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond will see the trio embark on adventures even more incredible than those from the good-ole days of Top Gear.

To get us hyped for the show, a brief 30-second trailer for The Grand Tour has been released, teasing some of the insane things we can expect. Certainly one of the highlights will be the hybrid hypercar comparison test between the Ferrari LaFerrari, Porsche 918 Spyder and McLaren P1, filmed at the Portimao circuit late last year.

While details of other challenges from the first season of The Grand Tour are limited, we do know that one will see Clarkson driving through the set of Game of Thrones. Additionally, segments of a challenge have been filmed in Barbados.

Beyond the challenges filmed throughout the world, The Grand Tour will include studio segments filmed from a large tent erected in a different city every week.

The first episode of the show will be 70-minutes long and producer Andy Wilman has got his way of the show being aired weekly, rather than all released at once like many other online shows.

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