Watch Clarkson And May Answer Life’s Greatest Questions

As The Grand Tour’s big opening night (or day) inches closer, the three hosts are continuously asked about the new show. Which is great, but what about the other aspects of their life; how do they cope with the change?

The guys at Jalopnik caught up with Clarkson and May (Hammond was, ahem, dehydrated and nowhere to be found) and asked them about…general stuff. Their answers were as expected: funny and witty, but with a touch of seriousness.

It all begins with the two journalists asked serious questions about The Grand Tour and whatnot, but a couple minutes later, the real questions emerge – you know, the ones we’re all curious what the answer might be, but never ask them out loud – spawning interesting debates.

What  is more important, coffee or tea? Flatulence jokes – are they funny? Is petrol different from gasoline? Did the Hummer H2 make the millennials lose interest in cars? And, more importantly, who would they vote for? All these issues (and much more) are somewhat attended in the video down below.

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