A show about adventure, excitement and friendship... as long as you accept that the people you call friends are also the ones you find extremely annoying. Sometimes it's even a show about cars. Follow Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May on their global adventure.
Jeremy, Richard and James are in Switzerland, where they compare a Lamborghini Aventador S, a Honda NSX and an all-electric Croatian supercar called the Rimac Concept One in a battle of past, present and future. Richard's hillclimb takes an unexpected turn. Ricky Wilson of The Voice UK and David Hasselhoff from America's Got Talent go head-to-head in the all-new Celebrity Face Off.
Jeremy, Richard and James partake in a public transportation challenge from New York City to Niagara Falls. Jeremy drives the all-new, 647 horsepower Ford GT, James takes public transportation, complicated due to being accompanied by Richard. Jeremy also tests the Mercedes-AMG GTR. Cricketer Kevin Pietersen and baseball's Brian Wilson go head-to-head to find the world's fastest who makes a living from hitting and throwing and catching small balls.
Jeremy blasts from the south of France to the Alps and then on to Turin in the 1479 HP Bugatti Chiron. James races the Kia Stinger GT against skateboarders. Richard tries to relieve the boredom of office lunchtimes with the all-new sport of car park racing. Actor Hugh Bonneville goes against naturalist Casey Anderson to find the world's fastest person who lives with a bear.
Jeremy, Richard and James attempt to show what would happen if The Grand Tour made a completely unscripted film with no pre-arranged locations, no set-up stunts and no planned incidents.
Jeremy Clarkson decides to make one of those Ken Block-style car skidding videos that are very popular on the internet using an old Subaru and a suitable swathe of English farmland. His endeavours are swiftly dismantled by Richard Hammond and James May who are on hand in the studio tent to reveal some of the embarrassing behind-the-scenes footage. Also in this show, May makes a rare trip to the Eboladrome test track to try out the tiny Volkswagen Up! GTI while Richard Hammond is in Dubai rummaging in the toy box of machinery and coming out with an incredible high-speed tracked vehicle called the Ripsaw. Plus, Celebrity Face Off sets out to find the world's fastest person with a failed early career in a band as Preacher star Dominic Cooper goes head-to-head against comedian Bill Bailey.
Jeremy, Richard and James set out on a road trip across Colorado to prove that old Jaguars are not only stylish and roguish, but also strong and reliable. Along the way they set laps around a punishing dirt track and test 0-100-0 performance at America's highest commercial airport before embarking on one of the most perilous challenges they've ever attempted – avoiding the expense of lift passes and ski equipment by going skiing in their cars. Celebrity Face Off finds the world's fastest actor whose middle name is George by pitting Luke Evans against Kiefer Sutherland.
Richard and James work out that the average motorist loses 36 days of their lives filling up with fuel. The pair vow to do something about it, using their skill and ingenuity to invent a system for filling up on the move.
Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond tour Europe in brand new British sports cars built to designs from the 1950s, an undertaking spoilt by the arrival of James May in a modern Honda Civic Type R. Back in the UK, Jeremy is at the track to test the Ford GT, and Celebrity Face Off sees Stewart Copeland from The Police go head-to-head against Pink Floyd's Nick Mason in a battle of the drummers.
Clarkson, Hammond, and May attempt to break the British speed record for amphibious cars by strapping a jet engine to an old off-roader. After testing their creation, they take it to the Coniston Speed Week to set their record.
Jeremy, Richard and James reluctantly agree to test three SUVs in the rugged landscapes of Canada – Jeremy in the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio, Richard in the Porsche Macan Turbo Performance Pack and James in the Range Rover Velar. The boys will test their cars' sporting side at a race track and their utilitarian side with some enormous dogs, before ending in an epic race across the snowy mountains. Jeremy embarks on a legally perilous test of the Tesla Model X. This will mark the first time he's driven a Tesla on-screen since the controversial Roadster review in 2008. Celebrity Face Off finds the world's fastest golf enthusiast as Rory McIlroy takes on Paris Hilton.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May start their brand new car show with hundreds of cars, thousands of people, a fire spitting metal scorpion and a squadron of jets in the California desert, plus three amazing hybrid hypercars and a brilliant BMW.
The boys are back! In the first episode of a brand new season, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May make a pilgrimage to Detroit to drive three highly tuned muscle cars on the deserted streets of this once-great motor city. Also in this show, Jeremy drives the super-lightweight, super-hardcore, 789 horsepower McLaren Senna.
In a special episode, Clarkson, Hammond and May clatter across Colombia in a Jeep Wrangler, a Chevrolet Silverado pick-up and a Fiat Panda 4x4 as they attempt to capture high quality images of interesting animals to be used as Amazon's new screensavers, encountering epic scenery, extreme peril, weird hobbies and even some actual animals along the way.
Jeremy, Richard and James clatter across Colombia in a Jeep Wrangler, a Chevrolet Silverado pick-up and a Fiat Panda 4x4 as they attempt to capture high quality images of interesting animals to be used as Amazon's new screensavers, encountering epic scenery, extreme peril, weird hobbies and even some actual animals along the way.
Jeremy, Richard and James head to Wales in to see if European Pickups are as good as the Japanese equivalents, with May driving the Mercedes X-Class, Hammond ultilising a Ford Ranger and Clarkson using a Volkswagen Amarok.
Jeremy Clarkson heads to Sweden to test the new Lamborghini Urus against driver Abbie Eaton. James May visits the Eboladrome in the Alpine A110 and Richard Hammond profiles Scottish racing driver Jim Clark.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are in China to sell the virtues of second-hand Western luxury cars to local business people while getting sweaty, lost and almost burnt. Also in this show, Hammond is at the track to test the NIO EP9 electric supercar.
Jeremy, Richard and James find three classic cars which haven’t appreciate much compared to their more valuable brothers and sisters—an Alfa Romeo GTV6, a Lancia Gamma coupé and a Fiat X1/9.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are told to take an RV holiday across the south western United States but rapidly stage a mutiny before re-grouping in used RVs they have modified themselves, with mixed results.
Richard tests the new Aston Martin V8 Vantage, James looks back at the cars of the Apollo astronauts, and Jeremy performs a series of elaborate tests to prove that the Citroen C3 Aircross is spacious, practical and better than an elephant.
Jeremy, Richard, and James love hot hatchbacks—and are excited to test the newest versions from Volkswagen, Ford, and Toyota. Hammond and May take two icons to the Eboladrome, the Lamborghini Countach (the same Countach featured in the new Top Gear studio) and the Ferrari Testarossa.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May take an Aston Martin DBS, a Bentley Continental GT and a BMW M850i for an epic drive between the salty Black Sea in Georgia and the fresh water Caspian Sea in Azerbaijan in order to find the best grand touring car for a fish enthusiast.
Jeremy Clarkson drives two re-born Lancias, a Delta Integrale and a Stratos, James May looks back at the history of the legendary Porsche 917 racing car, and Richard Hammond joins Clarkson to revolutionise air travel with two concepts for motorised hand luggage.
In a special episode, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are dropped in the vast wilderness of Mongolia, then provided with some basic rations and all the flat-packed parts they need to build a vehicle which will provide their only chance of escape to civilisation before they starve or strangle each other.
Jeremy has a tearful farewell, as this is the last studio produced episode, and any future episodes will be on location 'specials'. Rumours persist that the Ford Mondeo is on borrowed time and when it dies there will be no direct replacement — as is happening in America — where the medium-sized Ford saloon is already on death row.