The Grand Tour Scotland Special has been on our minds for months now since we first observed Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May driving through Scotland with three American land yachts. Since then, we’ve heard very little, but now the show’s executive producer Andy Wilman has teased the intro clips on Instagram.
Watch it below:
The introduction shows various parts of Scotland with the clip kicking off with the trio driving across an iconic Scottish bridge. The red bridge in the background is called the Forth Bridge, and is known to be the world’s first major steel structure. A full restoration of it finished in 2012.
The bridge they’re driving over is the Queensferry Crossing, which opened to traffic not long ago in 2017. It’s the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables, according to its website.
A few more clips in and we’re faced with the centre of Edinburgh, and finally, a teaser of what the episode is going to be called.
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