The company’s bosses said the Grand Tour would continue going on Amazon Prime for a long time. Since Richard Hammond, James May, and Jeremy Clarkson had trouble filming around the world because of Covid restrictions, the Amazon Prime show has been dropping feature-length specials every now and then.
But they said earlier in 2022 that they were back to shooting all over the world when they went to Europe to film a new Scandinavian special. The head of Amazon Studios, Georgia Brown, said that the three would be making a lot more in the future, so it looks like they will keep coming.
The Grand Tour is back with Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May. A show about adventure, excitement, and friendship, as long as you can deal with the fact that some of the people you call friends are also the ones who drive you crazy. There are even times when it is a show about cars.
The first official trailer for The Grand Tour Presents: A Scandi Flick has just been released. The show will start on September 16. Thursday, Amazon Prime Video released a trailer for the latest episode of its series about muscle cars. The trailer showed some scenes from the episode.
The famous trio of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May is back to travel across the frozen lands of Norway and race rally cars in the snow. The name of the feature-length special “A Scandi Flick” comes from a real-life driving technique that involves oversteering and shifting weight.
In “Carnage A Trois,” the three tried their hands at defusing bombs and driving cars with propellers. Now, they will try racing on frozen lakes while causing trouble in Norway. In the trailer for The Grand Tour Presents: A Scandi Flick, host and star Clarkson reads from his phone, “We are here to drive across Europe’s last great wilderness.”
The show then cuts to clips of the three of them pulling skiers across the field with their race cars. Clarkson is shocked to see that one of the skiers only has one leg. Due to COVID-19 rules, The Grand Tour could only be watched in Scotland, England, and Wales during lockdowns. The three people who make up the show live in the UK.
For the special, Hammond and May brought fast rally cars like the Subaru Impreza STi and the Mitsubishi Evolution VIII. Clarkson, on the other hand, will drive a safer Audi. He jokes that it is because he is “older.”
Fans can expect to see a variety of pranks and stunts in The Grand Tour: A Scandi Flick, from May dragging a whole bus stop to racing at high speeds in neon-lit tunnels. “Oh, my God! Clarkson yells, “The lights are not turning on!” as the bulbs inside the dark walls struggle to keep up with the speed of his ride.
When shooting with cars in such cold weather and during so many snowstorms, the engines are bound to stop working, which will eventually cause the whole shell to freeze over. To deal with this, the hosts of The Grand Tour try to set fire to the car.
They then cut to Cold War submarine bases and a bunch of exciting crashes as they try to pull a wooden shed through the wilderness. The Grand Tour Presents comes to an end. A trailer for the movie Scandi Flick shows the three characters leaving a makeshift dome-shaped house, which turns out to be a museum exhibit.
The hosts probably slept there all night, and when they woke up, they saw tourists circling the area. Hammond says in a shy voice, “I have not put on any pants yet.” The Grand Tour Presents: A Scandi Flick only comes out on Amazon Prime Video on September 16.
The trio has been to Vietnam, Réunion, Madagascar, and all over the UK so far in season 4, which started in 2019 and is only made up of feature-length specials