The Grand Tour

In this auto enthusiast series, hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May travel around the world looking at (and driving) awesome cars and attempting challenging challenges. The series was created after Clarkson was fired from the UK's Top Gear, and it airs on Amazon Prime.

Friday 8:00 PM et/pt on Amazon Studios
3 Seasons, 35 Episodes
November 18, 2016
Arts & Culture, Automotive, Comedy, Documentary & Biography, Travel
Cast: Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, James May, Abbie Eaton

The Grand Tour Full Episode Guide

  • Jeremy, Richard and James gather the new Aston Martin DBS, the new Bentley Continental GT and the even newer BMW 8 Series for a true grand tour across the Caucasus to discover the answer to the question: Which is the best car to drive?

  • Jeremy, Richard and James love hot hatchbacks—and are excited to test the newest versions from Volkswagen, Ford and Toyota.

  • Campervanning has never been a favoured way of staying somewhere for Jeremy, Richard and James. But it’s been forced upon them by their producer, who gives them a lorry armed with bunk beds and sends them to Nevada for a while.

  • Jeremy, Richard and James find three classic cars which haven’t appreciate much compared to their more valuable brothers and sisters—an Alfa Romeo GTV6, a Lancia Gamma coupé and a Fiat X1/9.

  • In this episode, Jeremy Clarkson heads to Sweden to test the new Lamborghini Urus SUV on slushy, slippery roads and in an action-packed ice race across a frozen lake against Grand Tour driver Abbie Eaton in a Porsche 911 Turbo. Back in the UK, James May pays a rare visit to the Eboladrome to try the Alpine A110, a French sports car that hopes to succeed where most French sports car fail by getting more than two people to buy it, and Richard Hammond profiles Scottish racing driver Jim Clark, a quiet and modest man whose achievements on track made him arguably the greatest of all time, before his life was tragically cut short.

  • In this episode Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May investigate the new breed of European pick-up trucks hoping to take on the American and Japanese establishment. Clarkson has a Volkswagen Amarok, Hammond has a Ford Ranger while May is in the new Mercedes X-class and collectively they test their trucks with a series of challenges built around the many stages of life in the developing world, starting with rural subsistence and running through the toppling of the dictator, the descent into civil war, and the bit where some idiot blows up a helicopter. Along the way there are chases and races and quite a lot of needless gunfire until the best pick-up is decided upon by everyone except James. Also in this show, Jeremy is at the Eboladrome to test the snorting, swollen, near-600 horsepower Jaguar XE Project 8.

  • In a special episode of the show, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are tasked with getting Amazon some new, high quality screensaver photos depicting interesting animals. In order to do this, the three head to Colombia, the most ecologically diverse country on earth, where they elect to do most of their wildlife photography from cars they've picked for the purpose with Clarkson in a Jeep Wrangler, Hammond in a Chevrolet Silverado pick-up and May crammed into a tiny Fiat Panda 4x4. Naturally, their contrasting approaches to buying suitable cars are matched by their contrasting attitudes to photography, none of which are conventional nor especially effective since animals initially prove to be absent or just very good at hiding, leading the hosts on an epic and increasingly challenging trip across one of the most stunning and fascinating countries on earth. This show contains scenes that donkey enthusiasts may find disturbing.

  • Jeremy, Richard and James drive some cars.

  • In a mini-special, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May decide

  • Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May reluctantly agree to test three SUVs in the rugged landscapes of Canada. With Clarkson in the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio, Hammond in the Porsche Macan Turbo Performance Pack, and May in the Range Rover Velar, the trio test their cars' sporting side at a race track and their the utilitarian side with some enormous

  • The Grand Tour attempts to set a new British water speed record for amphibious cars. A staggering 85 percent of all people who try to break records on water are killed but this doesn't put off Clarkson, Hammond and May as they set about building their own road legal machine from an unholy union of car, boat and jet engine and then use it to spear across the choppy waters of a vast lake during something called Coniston Speed Week. Also in this show, Jeremy makes a nostalgic trip to the Eboladrome to drive a pair of incredible supercars from the early 1990s, the Jaguar XJ220 and the Bugatti EB 110 Super Sport. Plus, Celebrity Face Off finds the world's fastest magician as Dynamo goes head-to-head against Penn and Teller.

  • Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond visit some evocative old motorsport locations in Europe using a pair of re-born 1950s sports cars, painstakingly rebuilt by their manufacturers to the original designs. With Clarkson in the Aston Martin DB4 GT lightweight and Hammond in the Jaguar XKSS, the pair start their adventure on the street circuit in Pau, France before their fun is interrupted by the arrival of James May in a modern Honda Civic Type R which he insists is better in every way. Also in this show, Jeremy takes care of some unfinished business by track testing the Ford GT first seen on the road in episode 2, and Celebrity Face Off finds the world's fastest drummer from a band beginning with the letter P as Stewart Copeland from The Police competes against Pink Floyd's Nick Mason.

  • Richard Hammond and James May work out that the average motorist loses 36 days of their lives filling up with fuel and vow to do something about it using their skill and ingenuity to invent a system for filling up on the move. Also in this show, Hammond is at the Eboladrome track to test a new, hardcore version of the Lamborghini Huracan called the Performante, and Jeremy Clarkson tells the story behind one of motorsport's greatest battle, the epic struggle between the mighty Audi Quattros and the underdog Lancia 037s in the 1983 world rally championship. Plus, Celebrity Face Off finds the world's fastest person who makes a living hitting or strangling other men as boxer Anthony Joshua goes head-to-head against WWE star Bill Goldberg.

  • Jeremy Clarkson decides to make one of those Ken Block-style car skidding videos that are very popular on the internet using an old Subaru and a suitable swathe of English farmland. His endeavours are swiftly dismantled by Richard Hammond and James May who are on hand in the studio tent to reveal some of the embarrassing behind-the-scenes footage. Also in this show, May makes a rare trip to the Eboladrome test track to try out the tiny Volkswagen Up GTI while Richard Hammond is in Dubai rummaging in the toy box of machinery and coming out with an incredible high-speed tracked vehicle called the Ripsaw. Plus, Celebrity Face Off sets out to find the world's fastest person with a failed early career in a band as Preacher star Dominic Cooper goes head-to-head against comedian Bill Bailey.

  • A race to Niagra Falls from Central Park NY. A new AMG is tested on the track.

  • For the opening episode, We are in Switzerland where the presenters compare a Lamborghini Aventador S, a Honda NSX and an all-electric Croatian supercar called the Rimac Concept One in a battle of past, present and future. Richard's hillclimb takes an unexpected turn. And Ricky Wilson of The Voice UK and David Hasselhoff from America's Got Talent go head-to-head in the all-new Celebrity Face Off.

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