First-look images from The Grand Tour have been released, and yep – good luck, world.
In the snaps, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May can be seen exploring the mountain ranges of Colorado, stuck in the mud in Mozambique, causing havoc in Dubai and enjoying themselves in the Swiss Alps.
The new series will feature the trio visiting more places than ever, spending over 100 days in the likes of Croatia, Mozambique, Dubai, Spain, Switzerland, Colorado and New York, before returning to their studio tent in the Cotswolds, UK.
Meanwhile, the first official trailer for The Grand Tour's second season was unleashed earlier this year, also showing Clarkson, Hammond and May larking about in different countries.
The promo also teases while driving the all-electric Rimac Concept One in Switzerland:
Perhaps referencing his high-speed crash while turning a bend, a tagline for the series reads: "A second round of monkey business is just around the corner." We were then treated to the sight of an actual monkey walking about on screen.
Although we have no official release date yet, The Grand Tour returns to later this year, and we're expecting an Autumn debut.
James May appeared on The One Show in June, revealing that .
However, since then, Hammond , while Clarkson was , so it's fair to say the release date might have slipped a bit.