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15th May 2023

The Grand Tour return date confirmed

Charlie Herbert

The Grand tour

The show is going to central Europe

The next installment of The Grand Tour will be released next month, with the first pictures of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May’s next road trip adventure revealed today (May 15).

The Grand Tour: Eurocrash will land on Friday June 16 on Prime Video and will see the trio head to central Europe for a road trip nobody has ever thought of, in cars nobody would ever dream of. 

This epic 1400-mile journey takes them from Gdańsk in Poland, through Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia. They sample some Soviet-style Formula 1, are attacked by deadly archers, recruit a famous racing driver and take part in a spectacular Fast and Furious climax.

This special follows their latest release, A Scandi Flick, and will launch ahead of their next adventure which has recently finished filming in Mauritania.

The first pictures from the upcoming special show the former Top Gear trio posing in front of their cars on a picturesque mountain road.

By the looks of things, James and Jeremy have opted for classic cars, whilst Richard has gone for a bright yellow Chevrolet truck.

(Prime Video/The Grand Tour)
No idea what is going on here (Prime Video/The Grand Tour)

The Grand Tour episode will be the first to air since Clarkson’s vile column for the Sun about Meghan Markle.

The piece – in which the 63-year-old said he “hated” the Duchess of Sussex on a “cellular level”, disliked her more than murderer Rose West, and was “dreaming of the day” when she is “made to parade naked through the streets of every town in Britain while crowds chant, ‘Shame!’ and throw lumps of excrement at her” – was widely condemned by people from across the media world, including Clarkson’s own daughter and his co-presenter May.

His Grand Tour colleague labelled the column “creepy” and said he “wouldn’t have written that” himself.

James was also involved in a pretty serious crash during filming for an episode of the Prime Video show in Norway.

In an interview with the Radio Times he revealed he “broke at least one rib” in the accident, and joked that he did it to stop the show being “boring.”

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