Grand Tour trio are back in show’s thrilling new trailer

Grand Tour trio are back in show’s thrilling new trailer

Grand Tour trio are back in show’s thrilling new trailer

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are back on top form in footage debuted in a new Grand Tour trailer.

The video teaser shows the trio heading down the side of a snowy mountain and then also shows other snippets from their adventures in the upcoming series, with Sir Paul McCartney’s Live And Let Die playing in the background.

The trio have filmed across five continents for series two, but it was recently announced that the studio tent – which travelled around the world in the first series – will be staying put, in the Cotswolds.

The Grand Tour (Amazon Studios)
The Grand Tour (Amazon Studios)

A sneak peek of the show released earlier this year showed Hammond racing off in a car which later crashed and burst into flames.

The former Top Gear host injured his knee when the Rimac, an electric supercar, crashed as he shot scenes for the programme in Switzerland in June.

:: The second series of The Grand Tour will launch on Amazon Prime Video on December 8.


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