The Grand Tour Season 3 Returns On January 18, Watch The First Trailer Here

The trailer for the third season of The Grand Tour has just been released, giving us an early taste of what the three middle-aged boys were doing during their absence from our screens.

Richard Hammond, James May and Jeremy Clarkson have been filming for the new season since early 2018. Expect a series of epic road trips and challenges, with the trio visiting countries such as China, Colombia, Sweden, Mongolia and of course the US.

We can see Hammond breaking down in a lifted Silverado across a really sketchy bridge, as well as May almost spinning out of control in an old Lancia.

The trailer also includes some of the latest cars, covering a wide variety from pickup trucks to hypercars like the McLaren Senna. Clarkson even races a Lamborghini Urus on a penis-shaped snow track.

The new Grand Tour season three will release an episode each week on Amazon Prime, but we still don’t know how many episodes it will include.

The trailer ends with the three presenters sitting in front of a burning helicopter, with Clarkson asking “What is the budget for our show?” to which May and Hammond reply, “Smaller than it was.”

The Grand Tour season three returns on January 18, on Amazon Prime.

 

 

  • Blade t

    Is anybody even still watching these guys ?

    • assassingtr

      Yep. Definitely till watching them.

    • LeStori

      Not just anyboy, but somebody!

      • Blade t

        Anyboy ?

    • El de Ngaan

      Not me. Clarkson defined motor journalism but arrogance slowly destroyed his reputation, much like Mario Balotelli, the Italian football striker, way past their prime.

  • MRCLKBLACK

    Their special episode (which I assume is where Hammond drives across the bridge), reminds me alot of the bolivia special. It looks really promising, considering their last 2 specials were the biggest letdowns of each season….

  • Ben

    I really want to watch them. I loved them when they were still with the BBC. I just can’t stay interested in their episodes anymore. It feels like they’re an “off brand” top gear…but with the brand name components, if that makes sense. I’ve got it, they feel like the Geo automaker. Composed of great internals from a well known brand, but the packaging just falls on its face.

    • ksegg

      They’re all just past their prime. No pun intended.

      The problem I had with the show thus far is that nothing they do feels fresh at all.

      They had an opportunity to really do something new, a clean breakaway from Top Gear, but all they did was……off brand Top Gear, as you stated.

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