The Grand Tour Teases ‘A Massive Hunt’ With Incredible Images From Episode
The next episode of The Grand Tour is a mere 22 days away, and fans are going mad for the return of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May in ‘A Massive Hunt‘. The episode promises a hunt for pirate treasure with the hosts sat behind the wheels of three highly modified cars: a Bentley Continental GT, a Ford Focus RS, and a Caterham.
If this wasn’t enough, now The Grand Tour folks on Twitter have teased the episode further with three incredible images from what we expect to be moments from the special episode.
Spoiler: Gets a bit muddy.
The Grand Tour Presents: #AMassiveHunt. Coming to Prime Video 18 December. pic.twitter.com/smhMQPYB9X
— The Grand Tour (@thegrandtour) November 26, 2020
It shows the three cars in all of their mud-covered glory, and are of a high enough quality to be used as a phone background for those who want a little Grand Tour in their pocket at all times.
Fans were keen to show their enthusiasm in the replies, with many expressing their excitement.
Can’t wait!!!!! 🤗
— NY LoudPackZ ➐ (@nyloudpackz) November 26, 2020
YESSS! Oh the wait was long. Almost unbearably long.
— Matthias Henrichs (@MatzeHendrix) November 26, 2020
Also in the replies were fans asking about whether the trio will bring back car reviews as they included in the first three seasons of The Grand Tour, and all of Top Gear before that. Unfortunately, from what we believe, The Grand Tour will only consist of special-type episodes from now on, and while these episodes may include very short reviews of the cars they’re driving, it’s highly unlikely we’ll see anything like what we’re used to. Say goodbye to the Eboladrome…
Jeremy Clarkson recently admitted on Twitter that they had made a mistake on naming the episode, ‘A Massive Hunt’, after a fan asked why they didn’t name it ‘An Epic Hunt’, or ‘Manic Hunt’.
“Oh yeah. God. We are so stupid for missing that,” Clarkson admitted.
The Grand Tour Presents: A Massive Hunt will be released on December 18 2020 on Amazon Prime Video. We’re very excited.