The Grand Tour Season 2 Trailer: Tanks, Airplanes, And Cars
After months of photos from Croatia and crashes from Hammond, Amazon has enough material to give us a sniff of what’s to come from Season 2 of The Grand Tour.
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As you can see in the video, we have the famous Tank crashing through the wall from last year’s visit to Dubai, a clip from their trek in Mozambique, where Hammond crashed a motorcycle and the famous hill climb, where Hammond crashed an electric super car.
Some of the vehicles that we can see from the preview are as listed: Mercedes GT R, the high speed assault tank from Howe and Howe Technologies, the McLaren 720s going around Eboladrome, the Lancia Rally 037, the Bugatti Chiron, the Jaguar XJR in the snow, and of course, the now infamous Rimac Concept One.
"I've checked and i'm not dead" https://t.co/5qejFDuPCP via @drivetribes
— Richard Hammond (@RichardHammond) March 20, 2017
THE GRAND TOUR: AMAZON RELEASES SEASON TWO SNEAK PEEK FOR PRIME DAY
Today on Prime Day, the global shopping event exclusively for Amazon Prime members, Amazon has revealed a brand new teaser for The Grand Tour ahead of the launch of the second season later this year. The new footage, which is the first look at the highly anticipated second season, sees Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May in Mozambique, Switzerland and the UK. Prime members can view the exclusive footage at www.primevideo.com/GTPrimeDay.
Season one of The Grand Tour with Clarkson, Hammond and May broke records when it launched in November 2016, becoming the biggest show premiere ever on Amazon Prime Video and has now been watched in over 200 countries and territories. As part of a three season deal, The Grand Tour will be back for two more seasons, with the second season coming to Amazon Prime Video later this year. Fans can follow The Grand Tour on Facebook and Twitter to be the first notified of upcoming news.
Today marks the third annual Prime Day, with hundreds of thousands of deals exclusively for Prime members around the world. Prime Day has expanded to 13 countries this year, and Amazon is bringing new and existing members in the US, UK, Spain, Mexico, Japan, Italy, India, Germany, France, China, Canada, Belgium and Austria the best deals of the year. As well as this Grand Tour exclusive, members will find millions of items in stock including deals from thousands of small businesses and sellers.
Prime Day begins at 9pm ET.