The Grand Tour Series 2 Trailer Is Here, First Episodes Airing December 8

Those of you looking forward to watching the second season of The Grand Tour need only wait until December 8th when the series kicks off again.

With the launch date now set, Amazon Prime Video has also released a new trailer, providing us with an exclusive first look at what Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have been up to since we last saw them behind the wheel.

The trailer is action-packed, showcasing some of the world’s most exotic cars, as well as “other vehicles”, plus loads of snow, mud, dirt and of course, adrenaline.

For this second series, the lads have taken their talents across five continents, visiting places such as Croatia, Mozambique, Dubai, Spain, Switzerland, Colorado and New York. Also, their giant studio tent has now found a permanent home in the Cotswolds, south-central England.

Meanwhile, if you haven’t seen the first season or simply want to watch it again, you can find all the episodes on Prime Video.



  • Mind Synthetic

    YES, thank you been waiting. i think they are finally back to their usual selves, season 1 really took them ages to get into the groove.

  • bonzomatic
  • Christian

    Less reviews of supercars more adventures! 😛

  • Kingsley Mpofu

    Looks more like the old them n less scripted like season 1 🙌🏾🙌🏾

    • Mill0048

      I hope so, I couldn’t even get through half of season 1.

  • Dr Mantis

    They are WAY past their prime, to put it mildly :s

  • This guy

    Cant come quick enough.

    • This guy

      That’s what she said…………………

  • fabri99

    Can’t say I’m happy about this. Season 1 looked scripted and boring, it lacked new ideas and it wasn’t involving to watch. Season 2 seems better, but these three are getting old and they have been involved in many not-so-nice things in the past two years (the whole BBC story was pretty ugly, the blame-story with the Rimac accident was uncool too, etc.). To be honest, I’m not sure I’m glad to see them again on television. Given that they have nothing new in store, that they have had the monopoly on cars-related shows for nearly twenty years and that they have been involved in many ugly stories, I’d rather they gave space to new car-related shows and journalists. This may not be popular, but my opinion of these three has deeply deteriorated since they left Top Gear and therefore I’d rather they were put on the back-burner. I’m sure Amazon will feel the opposite, given how much The Grand Tour has (and does) cost them…

    • Dr Mantis

      While i don’t care about all the “controversial” bs (unless one of them pulls a Harvey Weinstein / Kevin Spacey), i agree about the “getting stale” part. I don’t think i ever watched a show so passively as the first season of TGT. It never got one laugh out of me, and the whole thing felt awkward and contrived. I’ve seen crappy ghost hunting shows that weren’t as fake. Even the post-Clarkson Top Gear was at least entertainingly bad (season 23, i couldn’t be bothered to watch beyond that). As you said, i think its “too big to fail” right now, but yeah :/

    • Donal Maher

      TGT season one was pretty crap, and the tent bits were awful.
      Celebrity Brain Crash??!! That was mildly amusing the first time, but, was old immediately thereafter.
      Also, The American is just too try-hard, and as a result, fails, hard.
      Cut the studio bits to a minimum and just lark about in cars – without rubbish like the special forces bit etc.
      It’s not rocket surgery! Watch the last season of new new new Top Gear. They got it right. 😉

  • Vassilis

    Sweet 😀

  • Truth be told this is the only reason I subscribe to Amazon Video, finally go to get my money’s worth.