This episode contains product placement. 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.
This episode contains product placement. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May pitch their travelling tent in Johannesburg, South Africa from where they introduce their unusual attempts to become special forces soldiers and a test of the Aston Martin Vulcan. Also in this show, James is forced to try something called spinning.
This episode contains product placement. The travelling tent lands on the quayside in Whitby, England where Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May introduce a modern take on the traditional Italian grand tour featuring an Aston Martin DB11, a Rolls-Royce Dawn and an uninvited guest. Also in this show, Jeremy faces the consequences of a foolish bet and Simon Pegg is the star guest.
This episode contains product placement. The studio tent is back in Whitby, England as Jeremy Clarkson introduces an almost impartial test of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS against the BMW M4 GTS, and the three hosts attempt to make cars from sustainable materials. Comedian Jimmy Carr is the celebrity guest.
The Grand Tour studio arrives in Rotterdam where Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May introduce a lightweight sport car test featuring the Alfa Romeo 4C Spider, the Mazda MX5 and the Zenos E10 in the stunning landscapes of Morocco. Also in this show, Hammond and May play a traditional board game using cars and Dutch band Golden Earring are the guest stars.
The Grand Tour tent is in Kakslauttanen, Finland, deep within the Arctic Circle with a show in which Richard Hammond and Jeremy Clarkson compare the Ford Mustang V8 and the Ford Focus RS, James May recounts the bitter 1960s battle for endurance racing supremacy between Ferrari and Ford, and the presenters run through some ideal Christmas gifts for car fans.
In the first of two special shows, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are challenged to complete an epic journey across Namibia in three beach buggies, each built to their personal spec. What starts off as a simple determination to win an argument with their boss turns into an amazing adventure across some of the most incredible desert scenery Africa has to offer.
In the second show of a two-part special, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are battling across Namibia in a quest to prove that beach buggies are brilliant. Having survived the challenges of the desert, the trio must now brace themselves for even greater hardship involving rough roads, camping, rhino conservation and a rather unusual river crossing.
The Grand Tour tent pitches up in Stuttgart, Germany from where James May introduces a test of the highly advanced Honda NSX, Jeremy Clarkson tries to invent a new sort of SUV, Richard Hammond creates a machine to protect him from a future apocalypse, and the three hosts attempt to generate electricity from everyday activities.
The Grand Tour travelling tent arrives in Nashville, Tennessee where Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May attempt to save the world’s coral reefs using car body shells and extremely inept boat driving. Also, Jeremy indulges his series-long Alfa Romeo obsession with a test of the new, 500 HP Giulia Quadrifoglio, and AC/DC singer Brian Johnson tries his hand at Celebrity Brain Crash.
From the shores of Loch Ness in Scotland, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May attempt to buy used Maseratis for a bargain price and then use them to tour the drizzle flecked landscapes of the North of France. Richard takes the Abarth 124 Spider to the Eboladrome, Jeremy installs cutting edge features in an older car, and Olympian Sir Chris Hoy is invited to try Celebrity Brain Crash.
The Grand Tour is once again in Loch Ness, Scotland after a monster discovery since the last show. This week, the hosts tour central Europe in a Jaguar F-Pace, a Bentley Bentayga and a Range Rover Autobiography, trying not to giggle at road signs. Jeremy laps the Eboladrome in a Lexus GS F, and the hosts examine the point of launch control. Hollywood legend Tim Burton plays Celebrity Brain Crash.
The Grand Tour tent is in Dubai for the final show of the season in which Jeremy Clarkson pits his old fashioned Volkswagen Golf GTI against James May’s electrically powered BMW i3, Richard Hammond learns how to drift, James is forced to take part in a weird sport called winching, and the Bugatti Veyron drag races against the Porsche 918 Spyder.