The Grand Tour announced its Season 2 celebrity guests. This time, they won't all be killed before they can get to the stage.
What can we expect from the second season?
Get it? It's half of an Alfa Romeo.
Watch the new trailer here.
Jeremy Clarkson on Richard Hammond's Rimac crash and the possible brilliance of an electric Range Rover.
Clarkson, May, and Hammond are settling down in the U.K. for season two. Here's how to get tickets.
"This is beautiful. Thank you, doctors. Thank you."
Richard Hammond and wife Mindy went on British talk show "This Morning" to talk about his latest crash.
Will it live up to expectations?
Ahead of its release later this year.
James May told a reporter that season two shouldn't be too much different than season one.
"You have to know when to step back, and to be honest I thought it would have happened by now," says May.
The Grand Tour's third episode looks to be a treat.
Aston Martin Vulcans, Audi S8s, assault rifles. What could go wrong?
Thanks to the magic of time zones, U.S. viewers won't have to wait until Friday to stream the first episode.
Because you've always wanted your navigation system to argue with itself.
Yep, that's James May firing a machine gun out of an Audi.
The former "Top Gear" trio recorded a jarring wake-up message for Amazon's Alexa to promote their new show, "The Grand Tour."
It's definitely one way to demonstrate the benefits of an honest ladder frame.
They also drove 1,474,546,320 miles according to Clarkson, while consuming 14,951 cups of coffee. That's way below R&T's average.
Missed Clarkson, Hammond, and May in California? Here's your chance to see them in Tennessee.
Here's 40 minutes of Adam Carolla chatting with Clarkson, Hammond and May summed up in short sentences.
This is our first real look at what Clarkson, Hammond and May are up to.
We're not sure what this is for, but we can't stop listening.
This ludicrous comparison is one of our classic Top Gear favorites.
Mark your calendars. Clarkson, Hammond, and May are back.
And other nuggets from producer Andy Wilman.
You can be part of the live studio audience for Clarkson, Hammond and May's new Amazon show, but you have to apply soon.