Ter­ri­ble trio back in sad­dle to add chaos to the globe

The Grand Tour Game puts play­ers be­hind the wheel with Clark­son, Ham­mond and May

Weekend Post (South Africa) - - Television -

The third se­ries of The Grand Tour starts on Ama­zon Prime Video on Fri­day Jan­uary 18.

The new episodes fea­tur­ing Jeremy Clark­son, Richard Ham­mond and James May will be re­leased weekly, ex­clu­sively for Prime mem­bers, in over 200 coun­tries and ter­ri­to­ries world­wide.

The new se­ries will see Richard Ham­mond strug­gling to keep his Jeep on a tiny bridge over a steep canyon in Colom­bia.

Also re­vealed are the three com­rades tak­ing on epic chal­lenges in De­troit and Nevada, Jeremy and Ab­bie at­tempt­ing an un­usual snowy chal­lenge in Swe­den, and James May play­ing the bag­pipes in Scot­land.

For se­ries 3, the trio have filmed around the world, caus­ing more chaos than ever be­fore as they travel through tricky ter­rains in Colom­bia, Mon­go­lia, China, De­troit and

. . . Stansted Air­port, while their gi­ant stu­dio tent re­mains back home in “Jeremy’s gar­den” in the Cotswolds.

With a few ex­plo­sions along the way, The Grand Tour’s new se­ries prom­ises fans more of what they love as the three friends jour­ney through stun­ning scenery, test the world’s most in­cred­i­ble cars and an­swer the ques­tions that lit­er­ally no one is ask­ing.

Se­ries 1 and 2 of The Grand Tour are avail­able to stream only on Prime Video now.

Also new for se­ries 3 is The Grand Tour Game, an episodic rac­ing game from Ama­zon Game Stu­dios, based on The Grand Tour.

The Grand Tour Game puts play­ers be­hind the wheel with Clark­son, Ham­mond and May. So one mo­ment fans are watch­ing the hosts at­tempt some ques­tion­able au­to­mo­tive an­tics, and the next they’re at the wheel them­selves.

The Grand Tour Game in­cludes four-player splitscreen mode, so play­ers can race against each other – and hurl their best in­sults –in per­son.

IN THE DRIV­ING SEAT: James May, Jeremy Clark­son and Richard Ham­mond are trav­el­ling the world

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