List of The Grand Tour episodes
The Grand Tour is a British motoring television series for Amazon Prime Video, presented by Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May. The programme focuses on conducting reviews of various models of car, new models and vintage classics, as well as tackling motoring-styled challenges and races, and features the use of studio segments between pre-recorded films.
The following is a list of episodes, listed in order of their original air date, along with information regarding featured cars that were reviewed and the main feature of the episode; for the second series only, the list also includes the celebrity guests who appeared on the programme. The Grand Tour conducted its studio segments via a travelling tent for the first series only, information pertaining its location is briefly described within the first sentence of the short summary for each listed episode of the respective series.
|First released||Last released|
|1||13||18 November 2016||3 February 2017|
|2||11||8 December 2017||16 February 2018|
|3||14||18 January 2019||12 April 2019|
|4||TBA||13 December 2019||TBA|
Series 1 (2016–17)
With the exception of the two-part special for the first series, each episode featured studio segments filmed within a makeshift tent lot hosted across various foreign locales - two of these sites were each used for two separate but consecutive episodes. Although the series featured celebrities, most appeared in a minor capacity while others were mentioned or involved a look-alike - these appearances mainly were for a running gag involving them heading to meet the presenters in their tent for an interview, only to "die" in a freak accident.
|Title||Main feature(s)||Vehicles reviewed||Special guest(s)||Tent location||Original release date|
|1||1||"The Holy Trinity"||Hybrid hypercar "Holy Trinity" comparison: (McLaren P1, Porsche 918 Spyder, LaFerrari)||BMW M2||Jérôme d'Ambrosio, Armie Hammer, Jeremy Renner, Hothouse Flowers||Rabbit Dry Lake, California||18 November 2016[a]|
|Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May launch their brand new programme by conducting a comparison review amongst a selection of hybrid hypercars — Clarkson in the McLaren P1, Hammond in the Porsche 918 Spyder, and May in the LaFerrari — putting them through their paces at Algarve International Circuit in Portugal with a series of drag races and road tests, before seeing which is the fastest in timed laps. Meanwhile, Clarkson takes a look at the BMW M2 while introducing the programme's own test track nicknamed "The Eboladrome" and their test driver known only as "The American".|
|2||2||"Operation Desert Stumble"||Training exercise with the SAS, May takes a look at Spinning||Aston Martin Vulcan, Audi S8 Plus||None||Johannesburg, South Africa||25 November 2016[b]|
|Clarkson, Hammond and May find themselves in Jordan undertaking a SAS-style military training exercise per their producer's instructions, escorting a "VIP" to an important location while tackling a review of the Audi S8 Plus. Meanwhile, May takes part in the specialised South African motorsport of "Spinning" and finds out how to compete in it, while Clarkson tests the Aston Martin Vulcan at the Eboladrome.|
|3||3||"Opera, Arts and Donuts"||Grand Tour of North Italy: (Rolls-Royce Dawn, Aston Martin DB11, Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat), Destroying Clarkson's House||None||Simon Pegg||Whitby, United Kingdom||2 December 2016|
The presenters take on a tour of Northern Italy, travelling across the country in a car of their choosing — May takes the Rolls-Royce Dawn, Clarkson takes the Aston Martin DB11, and Hammond takes the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. The group begin at the Palio di Siena horse race, exploring art in Florence, racing each other at the Mugello Circuit, visiting the Lamborghini Museum and Piazza dei Signori, Vicenza, and finish off their tour in the city of Venice. Meanwhile Hammond and May fulfil a bet from the first episode during their hypercar reviews, by destroying Clarkson's old home in Chadlington, Oxfordshire, as part of the wager their colleague lost.Note: The demolition of Clarkson's Oxfordshire home was scripted for The Grand Tour, as it was scheduled to be demolished at the time of filming for this episode.
|4||4||"Enviro-mental"||Building eco-based cars||Porsche 911 GT3 RS, BMW M4 GTS||Jimmy Carr||Whitby, United Kingdom||9 December 2016|
|The presenters take on the challenge to make their own environmentally friendly car bodies using the platform of a Land Rover Discovery, before tackling an 11-mile road trip in Wales to a dirt track to race against three normal cars. Meanwhile, Clarkson performs a comparison test between the Porsche 911 GT3 RS and the BMW M4 GTS at the Eboladrome.|
|5||5||"Moroccan Roll"||Trip of Morocco in roadsters: (Mazda MX-5, Zenos E10S, Alfa Romeo 4C Spider), Playing Car Battleships||None||None||Rotterdam, Netherlands||16 December 2016|
|The presenters travel to Morocco with the best affordable roadster they prefer — Hammond favours the Mazda MX-5, May favours the Zenos E10S, and Clarkson favours the Alfa Romeo 4C Spider — in order to find out which is the best, conducting tests that include a drag race, weighing their cars, and performing a timed lap on a specially made circuit at Atlas Corporation Studios in Ouarzazate. Meanwhile, Hammond and May make their own version of Battleships, using old cars as the "ships" and several G-Wizes as "missiles", as they see who has the keenest strategy to win.|
|6||6||"Happy Finnish Christmas"||LeMans rivalry between Ford and Ferrari||Ford Mustang GT, Ford Focus RS||John Surtees, Bob Geldof||Saariselkä, Finland||23 December 2016|
|Hammond and Clarkson compare the new right-hand-drive Ford Mustang GT to the new Ford Focus RS, driving the car they prefer to see which is the best and the fastest around the Eboladrome. Meanwhile, May looks over the historic Le Mans 24 Hour racing rivalry between Ford and Ferrari, which resulted in the creation of the Ford GT40 and the Ferrari P3, while the presenters take a look at a selection of festive motoring-themed gift ideas.|
|7||7||"The Beach (Buggy) Boys – Part 1"||Prove that beach buggies are good vehicles||N/A||None||N/A||30 December 2016|
|The trio find themselves taking on a special challenge arranged by their producer — customising their own beach buggy to their own specification, and them putting them to the test on a one thousand miles (1,600 km) along Namibia's Skeleton Coast. May bases his on the original 1960s buggy design, Clarkson opts for his to be fitted with a V8 engine, while Hammond upgrades his with rally grade suspension and off-road tyres. In the first part, the trio journey towards the shipwreck of Eduard Bohlen, cross the harsh terrain and sand dunes of the Namib Desert, and make for the capital of Windhoek.|
|8||8||"The Beach (Buggy) Boys – Part 2"||Prove that beach buggies are good vehicles||N/A||None||N/A||31 December 2016|
|In the second part of their beach buggy journey, the trio drive their modified buggies towards the Namibia-Angola border. Starting out at Windhoek, the group contend with rough roads and harsh off-road terrain, and traverse a crocodile infested river, whereupon they soon come to the conclusion that their producer might have been right about beach buggies, when they find themselves within sight of their goal.|
|9||9||"Berks to the Future"||Creating a "proper" SUV, Making Post-Apocalyptic Vehicles, Ingenious Charging Methods||Honda NSX||None||Stuttgart, Germany||6 January 2017|
|Clarkson attempts to make a "proper" car by combining classic car bodies with the chassis of a Land Rover Discovery, whereupon he tries out his creation by taking his fellow presenters for a trip to Chelsea Football Club and later seeing how much it fetches at a car auction in Kensington. Meanwhile, the presenters take a look at ingenious charging methods, May heads for the Eboladrome to review the new Honda NSX, and Hammond tries to make some post-apocalyptic creations that his colleagues soon destroy via different methods.|
|10||10||"Dumb Fight at the O.K. Coral"||Saving coral reefs with car body shells in Barbados||Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio||Brian Johnson||Nashville, Tennessee||13 January 2017|
|The presenters attempt to take five car bodies to the coral reefs off the coast near Barbados, where they soon face issues along the way that force them to complete the job with one of the shells they possess. Meanwhile, Clarkson conducts an extensive review of the new Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio with a journey between Wales and the Eboladrome.|
|11||11||"Italian Lessons"||Second-hand Maserati challenge: (Biturbo S Coupé, 430 Saloon, Zagato Spyder)||Fiat Abarth 124 Spider||Sir Chris Hoy||Loch Ness, United Kingdom||20 January 2017|
|The presenters head to France to prove that second-hand Maseratis are a good purchase, each using a specific model - Clarkson buys a Biturbo S Coupé, Hammond buys a 430 Saloon, and May buys a Zagato Spyder. Each vehicles undergoes a series of tests, before the trio embark on a road trip across Northern France, which culminates in a race to the Port of Le Havre. Meanwhile, Hammond heads to the Eboladrome to test out the new Fiat Abarth 124 Spider.|
|12||12||"[censored] to [censored]"[c]||Road trip along the "Romantic Road" in British SUVs: (Bentley Bentayga, Range Rover, Jaguar F-Pace)||Lexus GS-F||Tim Burton||Loch Ness, United Kingdom||27 January 2017|
|The presenters head for a road trip along the Romantic Road, as part of their review into a selection of British 4x4s — May reviews the Bentley Bentayga, Clarkson reviews the Range Rover, and Hammond revies the Jaguar F-Pace — beginning in Germany, travelling across Bavaria, and finishing at a quarry in Austria where they conduct timed laps to see which car is the fastest. Meanwhile, Clarkson heads to the Eboladrome to review the new Lexus GS-F.|
|13||13||"Past v Future"[c]||Porsche 918 Spyder vs. Bugatti Veyron drag race, May takes a look at Off-road Winching, Hammond learns to Drift||Volkswagen Golf GTI, BMW i3||Roger Daltrey, Wilko Johnson||Dubai, United Arab Emirates||3 February 2017|
|A "past versus future" comparison between Clarkson's Volkswagen Golf GTI and May's BMW i3 takes place, putting them through a drag race, and seeing which is best on a road trip from London to Dartmoor. Meanwhile, May takes part in the sport of Off-road Winching, while Hammond drag races the Porsche 918 Spyder against the Bugatti Veyron and later a 1900 horsepower Nissan Patrol, before travelling to Michelin's proving grounds in France to learn how to drift, later competing against professional drifters. The show concludes with outtakes of Clarkson and Hammond demonstrating their skill in drifting cars.|
- This episode was made available 20 minutes before it was due to be released on midnight of the advertised date.
- This episode was made available one hour before it was due to be released on midnight of the advertised date.
- This episode's title is dictated officially as such by the production team.
Series 2 (2017–18)
After the first series, the programme's studio segments were permanently filmed within the Cotswolds. In addition, celebrities were more fully involved in the programme than the minor appearance they had in the previous series, taking part for a special segment used in this only involving head-to-head timed laps between two guests in each episode, with the exception of the final episode which was a special.
|Title||Main feature(s)||Vehicles reviewed||Special guest(s)||Original release date|
|14||1||"Past, present or future"||Best powertrain for supercars: (Lamborghini Aventador S, Honda NSX, Rimac Concept One)||N/A||David Hasselhoff, Ricky Wilson||8 December 2017|
The presenters head to Switzerland to compare a supercar of the past, present and future to see which is best — Clarkson represents the past with a petrol powered Lamborghini Aventador S, May represents the present with a hybrid powered Honda NSX, and Hammond represents the future with an all-electric powered Rimac Concept One — taking them on a journey across the Swiss Alps, where they check out museums, conduct a drag race, and then put their cars into a hill climbing race at Hemberg. In a new segment entitled "Celebrity Face Off", Ricky Wilson and David Hasselhoff perform a timed lap each to see who is the fastest between them.Note: Richard Hammond was injured in the course of filming for this episode, after his car crashed upon finishing the hill-climbing race. Footage of this and Hammond being airlifted to hospital was released on YouTube.
|15||2||"The Falls Guys"||Epic race from New York to Niagara Falls: Ford GT vs. public transport||Ford GT, Mercedes AMG GT R||Kevin Pietersen, Brian Wilson||15 December 2017|
|Clarkson engages in a race with the new Ford GT to see if it can beat May and Hammond using public transport, from New York City to an observation tower overlooking the Niagara Falls. Elsewhere, Clarkson reviews the Mercedes AMG GT R before new test driver Abbie Eaton takes it around the Eboladrome, while Kevin Pietersen competes against Brian Wilson in "Celebrity Face Off".|
|16||3||"Bah Humbug-atti"||Lunchbreak motorsport racing||Kia Stinger GT, Bugatti Chiron||Hugh Bonneville, Casey Anderson||22 December 2017|
|Clarkson recreates the lifestyle of a jet set driver in his review of the new Bugatti Chiron, testing it out on a journey from Saint-Tropez to Turin via the Alps, complete with a drag race during the trip, while May heads to Majorca to test out the Kia Stinger GT before competing against longboard riders on a race along a mountain road. Elsewhere, Hammond and May attempt to invent a new motorsport for bored officer workers at lunchtime, the presenters take a look at festive motoring gifts, and Hugh Bonneville and Casey Anderson compete against each other in "Celebrity Face Off".|
|17||4||"Unscripted"||Doing an unscripted film in Croatia: (Audi TT RS, Ariel Nomad, Lada Riva)||McLaren 720S||Michael Ball, Alfie Boe||29 December 2017|
|The presenters head to Croatia to create two separate "unscripted" films for The Grand Tour — Clarkson and Hammond conduct a comparison review of the Audi TT RS and the Ariel Nomad with a drag race and a rally race, while May attempts to convert a Lada Riva into a fire engine. Meanwhile, Hammond tests out the McLaren 720S at the Eboladrome, the trio host an awards ceremony for "Conversation Street", and Michael Ball and Alfie Boe compete in "Celebrity Face Off".|
|18||5||"Up, down and round the farm"||"Farmkhana" film||Ripsaw EV2, Volkswagen Up! GTI||Bill Bailey, Dominic Cooper, Mark Higgins||5 January 2018|
|Hammond travels to Dubai to review the Ripsaw EV2 with tests around the city and the surrounding desert, while May heads to the Eboladrome to review the Volkswagen Up! GTI. Meanwhile, Clarkson creates a Ken Block-styled film entitled "Farmkhana" complete with outtakes and behind-the-scenes footage of the filming, and Bill Bailey and Dominic Cooper compete in "Celebrity Face Off".|
|19||6||"Jaaaaaaaags"||Second-hand Jaguars across Colorado: (XJR, XK8 convertible, Mark X, XJ6, XJ-S)||N/A||Luke Evans, Kiefer Sutherland||12 January 2018|
|The presenters head to Colorado to prove Jaguar's reputation for reliability with three of its classic cars they have purchased — Clarkson buys the XJR, May buys an XK8 convertible, and Hammond buys a Mark X — and putting them through a series of challenges on a road trip from Grand Junction to Telluride. Meanwhile, Kiefer Sutherland and Luke Evans compete in "Celebrity Face Off".|
|20||7||"It's a gas, gas, gas"||Rally rivalry between Audi and Lancia, Refuelling on the move||Lamborghini Huracán Performante||Anthony Joshua, Bill Goldberg||19 January 2018|
|Clarkson takes an in-depth look of the rivalry between Audi and Lancia in rallying, with a comparison review of their most renowned cars in rally motorsport history — the Audi Quattro and the Lancia Rally 037, while Hammond and May attempt to come up with new methods for refuelling. Meanwhile, at the Eboladrome, Hammond reviews the Lamborghini Huracán Performante competing it in a drag race against May's Ferrari 458 Speciale, and Anthony Joshua competes against Bill Goldberg in "Celebrity Face Off".|
|21||8||"Blasts from the past"||Modernised classics vs. a modern car: (Jaguar XK SS, Aston Martin DB4 GT, Honda Civic Type R)||Ford GT||Stewart Copeland, Nick Mason||26 January 2018|
|Starting in Pau, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France and ending in Barcelona, Spain, Hammond and Clarkson attempt to prove that two modernised classics — a Jaguar XK SS and a Aston Martin DB4 GT — are better than a modern Honda Civic Type R driven by May. Meanwhile, Clarkson reviews the Ford GT at the Eboladrome following the Niagara Falls race, while Nick Mason and Stewart Copeland compete in "Celebrity Face Off".|
|22||9||"Breaking, badly"||Record attempt for fastest speed for a British amphibious vehicle||Jaguar XJ220, Bugatti EB 110 Super Sport||Dynamo, Penn & Teller||2 February 2018|
|The presenters build two different amphibious vehicle — one based on a Rolls-Royce Spey, and the other using a Bond Bug — to see if they can break the UK speed record for vehicles of this class during the Coniston Power Boat Records Week. Meanwhile, Clarkson conducts a comparison review of the Jaguar XJ220 and the Bugatti EB 110 Super Sport at the Eboladrome, and Penn & Teller compete against Dynamo in "Celebrity Face Off".|
|23||10||"Oh, Canada"||Uselessness of small SUVs: (Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio, Range Rover Velar P380, Porsche Macan Turbo Performance Pack, Ford F150 Raptor)||Tesla Model X||Rory McIlroy, Paris Hilton||9 February 2018|
|The presenters head to Canada to with three small SUVs — Clarkson in a Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio, May in a Range Rover Velar P380, and Hammond in a Porsche Macan Turbo Performance Pack — to prove that they are useless in a series of tests that include timed laps, and a towing race up a mountain. Meanwhile, Clarkson reviews the new Tesla Model X at the Eboladrome and on the road, and Rory McIlroy competes against Paris Hilton in the last "Celebrity Face Off".|
|24||11||"Feed the world"||Delivering fish to a rural village in Mozambique: (Mercedes-Benz Estate, Nissan Hardbody, TVS Star)||N/A||N/A||16 February 2018|
|The presenters head to Mozambique on a mission to bring fish from the capital of Maputo to the people of Bingo, using three vehicles they modify for the task — May modifies a Mercedes-Benz Estate with a Perspex tank filled with sea water, Clarkson modifies a Nissan Hardbody truck with an ice machine, and Hammond modifies a TVS Star motorcycle with an attached rack. Along their 200 mile journey, the group endure the terrain and the breakdowns their vehicles face, before facing one more problem when they arrive at their destination.|
Series 3 (2019)
The third series discontinued the involvement of celebrity guests, in order to provide more focus on films, and was the last series to involve studio segments, car reviews and timed laps. In acknowledgement of this drop in the format, the final episode's last scene featured a montage of studio scenes conducted by the presenters from within the programme, and their previous role as presenters of Top Gear.
|Title||Main feature(s)||Vehicles reviewed||Original release date|
|25||1||"Motown Funk"||Muscle cars in "Motor City": (Ford Mustang RTR Spec 3, Hennessey Exorcist, Dodge Challenger SRT Demon)||McLaren Senna||18 January 2019|
|The presenters head to Detroit with three American muscle cars — Clarkson in the Ford Mustang RTR Spec 3, May in the Hennessey Exorcist and Hammond in the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon — putting their respective choice through a drag race on a deserted street, conducting a noise test, and racing them around a specially created track in Cadillac's old factory. Meanwhile, Clarkson reviews the McLaren Senna at Thruxton Circuit, before it undergoes a timed lap at the Eboladrome.|
|26||2||"Colombia Special - Part 1"||Photograph Colombia's wildlife for Amazon's website: (Fiat Panda 4x4 Sisley, Jeep Wrangler, Chevrolet C/K Silverado)||N/A||25 January 2019|
|The presenters undertake a road trip across Colombia, from Cartagena to Santander, to photograph a collection of wildlife in the wild requested for by Amazon as their new screensaver. Each presenter opts for their own vehicle for the task — May brings a Fiat Panda 4x4 Sisley, Clarkson brings a Jeep Wrangler, and Hammond brings a Chevrolet C/K Silverado Monster Truck. In the first part, the group begin their journey by focusing on finding the first animal of their checklist, contending with narrow bridges and jungle terrain along the way.|
|27||3||"Colombia Special – Part 2"||Photograph Colombia's wildlife for Amazon's website: (Fiat Panda 4x4 Sisley, Jeep Wrangler, Chevrolet C/K Silverado)||N/A||26 January 2019|
In the second part of their Colombia road trip, the trio make modifications to their vehicles in Bogotá and partake in a football match with their Colombian fixers during the time. As they head southwards for the remaining animals on their list, they find themselves contending with mountains, higher altitudes and severe weather, before their search for the final animal is found to be much easier than expectedNotes: All photographs taken in the two-part special were displayed as part of the credits for this episode.
|28||4||"Pick Up, Put Downs"||Best European pickups for a third-world country: (Mercedes-Benz X-Class, Ford Ranger, Volkswagen Amarok)||Jaguar XE Project 8||1 February 2019|
|The presenters head to Wales to conduct a comparision review of three European Pickups — May is given the Mercedes-Benz X-Class, Hammond is given the Ford Ranger, and Clarkson is given the Volkswagen Amarok — in which each presenter's vehicle is tested out with an agriculture challenge and a series of third-world styled challenges. Meanwhile, Clarkson reviews the Jaguar XE Project 8 at the Eboladrome.|
|29||5||"An Itchy Urus"||Tribute to Jim Clark||Alpine A110, Lamborghini Urus||8 February 2019|
|Clarkson reviews the Lamborghini Urus in Arjeplog, Sweden, driving it up a ski slope before racing on an ice track against a Porsche 911 Turbo S driven by Eaton. Meanwhile, May reviews the new Alpine A110 at the Eboladrome, and Hammond pays tribute to racing legend Jim Clark.|
|30||6||"Chinese Food for Thought"||Second-hand western luxury car challenge: (Hongqi L5, Mercedes–Benz S600, Cadillac STS, BMW 750iL)||NIO EP9||15 February 2019|
|Clarkson travels to Chongqing, China, to review the Hongqi L5, before Hammond and May join him to test out three different second-hand western luxury cars they purchase — May buys a Mercedes–Benz S600, Hammond buys on a Cadillac STS, and Clarkson buys a BMW 750iL — putting them through a series of tests regarding handling, luxury, durability and speed. Meanwhile, Hammond review the Chinese-built electric NIO EP9 at the Eboladrome.|
|31||7||"Well Aged Scotch"||Scottish road trip in inexpensive rare Italian classics: (Alfa Romeo GTV6, Lancia Gamma Coupe, Fiat X1/9)||BMW M5, Alpina B5||22 February 2019|
|The presenters visit Inverness with three inexpensive rare Italian classics they like — Clarkson in a Alfa Romeo GTV6, May in a Lancia Gamma Coupe, and Hammond in a Fiat X1/9 — for a road trip around the North Coast 500 to determine which the best in a comparison test. Meanwhile, Clarkson compares the new BMW M5 to the Alpina B5 at the Eboladrome.|
|32||8||"International Buffoons' Vacation"||Building RVs for an American holiday||Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1, Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, Cadillac CTS-V||1 March 2019|
|The presenters head to Nevada for a RV holiday, buying their own and modifying it for a journey across roads and desert terrain, testing them in a series of challenging conditions before racing them in a demolition derby. Along the way, the group have a go at dune buggy racing, and conduct a comparison test with three American cars at the Spring Mountain race complex — the Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 tested by Clarkson, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk tested by Hammond and the Cadillac CTS-V tested by May.|
|33||9||"Aston, Astronauts and Angelina's Children"||History of astronauts automobiles||Aston Martin Vantage, Citroën C3 Aircross||8 March 2019|
|May heads to Florida to look back on the history and events leading up to the Moon Landing Space Mission as he tests out the cars driven by each of the Apollo astronauts. Meanwhile, Hammond reviews the new Aston Martin Vantage at the Eboladrome, while Clarkson extensively reviews the Citroën C3 Aircross with tests across England, France and Italy.|
|34||10||"The Youth Vote"||Best hot hatches for millennials: (Volkswagen Polo GTI, Ford Fiesta ST, Toyota Yaris GRMN)||Ferrari Testarossa, Lamborghini Countach LP5000||15 March 2019|
|The presenters see which Hot Hatch they like is the best — Clarkson backs the Volkswagen Polo GTI, Hammond backs the Ford Fiesta ST, and May backs the Toyota Yaris GRMN — by testing them out on the programme's rally track, before conducting campaigns on various social formats to make their choice more appealing to millennials. Meanwhile, May and Hammond head to the Eboladrome to determine which 1980s Italian supercar — the Ferrari Testarossa and the Lamborghini Countach LP5000 — is the best.|
|35||11||"Sea to Unsalty Sea"||Grand Tour from the Black Sea to the Caspian Sea in GT cars: (Aston Martin DBS Superleggera, Bentley Continental GT, BMW 8 Series)||N/A||22 March 2019|
|The presenters conduct a road trip from Georgia to Azerbaijan, to compare three grand tourers — Clarkson uses the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera, Hammond uses the latest Bentley Continental GT, and May uses the new BMW 8 Series. On a journey from the shorelines of the Black Sea to the Caspian Sea, the group take in the scenery of their route while putting their cars through a series of challenges to determine which one is best.|
|36||12||"Legends and Luggage"||Birthday tribute to the Porsche 917, Speeding up air travel||Lancia Delta Futurista, Lancia Stratos MAT||29 March 2019|
|May looks over this racing history of the Porsche 917 on its 50th birthday, looking over its performance at the Le Mans 24 Hour with Richard Attwood, before it is raced at the Algarve International Circuit by Atwood, against a modern Porsche 911 GT2 RS driven by Neel Jani. Meanwhile, two modernised classic Lancias — the Delta Futurista and the Stratos MAT — are reviewed by Clarkson at the Eboladrome, before he and Hammond build their own motorised suitcases to speed up air travel and test them at London Stansted Airport.|
|37||13||"Survival of the Fattest"||Building and driving a car across Mongolia to civilisation||N/A||5 April 2019|
|The presenters take on the difficult challenge of making their own car within Mongolia, on the border of the Gobi desert, and driving it towards civilization within the city of Mörön. Along with the challenge of making their creation, the group also face the difficulty of terrain that ranges from deserts, mountains, bogs and rivers, limited food, and harsh weather conditions.|
|38||14||"Funeral for a Ford"||Tribute to the mid-sized Ford saloon: (Ford Cortina, Ford Sierra, Ford Mondeo)||Ford Sierra RS Cosworth||12 April 2019|
The presenters pay tribute to the mid-size Ford saloon, with Clarkson and May looking over the history of the Ford Cortina and the generation of cars modeled on the original, while Hammond reviews the Ford Sierra RS Cosworth at the Eboladrome, before joining his colleagues to bid farewell to the Ford Mondeo with a car meet at Lincoln Cathedral. In their final scene, the group pay homage to their involvement in studio based car shows over the last 17 years, since the reboot of Top Gear.Notes: The episode closes on a montage of memorable moments the presenters were involved in, taken from both Top Gear and The Grand Tour.
Series 4 (2019)
The fourth series eliminated the tent format and will only focus on feature-length specials.
|Title||Main feature(s)||Original release date|
|39||1||"Seamen"||Travelling across the Mekong Delta in Boats: (Scarab, PBR, Wooden Cruiser)||13 December 2019|
|The presenters attempt to cross the Mekong Delta using boats for the first time - Hammond pilots a Scarab, Clarkson pilots a PBR, and May pilots a Wooden Cruiser. Starting in Siem Reap, Cambodia, they attempt to travel to Vung Tau, Vietnam running into several issues along their way.|
- Barraclough, Leo (31 July 2015). "Why Jeremy Clarkson's 'Top Gear' Team Went to Amazon". Variety. Retrieved 31 May 2016.
The program will be U.K. based
- @thegrandtour (16 November 2016). "GMT, it's a British show" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- Kanter, Jake (22 November 2019). "'The Grand Tour': Amazon Drops Trailer For Special Featuring Jeremy Clarkson & Co On Boats". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved 22 November 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 1 Episode 1". 18 November 2016. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
- "Amazon Instant Video". Retrieved 25 October 2016.
- "The Grand Tour: Launching 18 November, 2016". Amazon.co.uk. Retrieved 25 October 2016.
- "The Grand Tour Season 1 Episode 2". 25 November 2016. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
- "Jeremy Clarkson on Twitter: "This is it. The Grand Tour's first studio day."". Twitter.com. 17 July 2016. Retrieved 25 October 2016.
- Fane Saunders, Tristram (9 November 2016). "What really happens in The Grand Tour? Episode-by-episode details for Jeremy Clarkson's Amazon show revealed". The Telegraph. Retrieved 18 November 2016.
- "Jeremy Clarkson blows up old home to make way for new Cotswold farmhouse". The Telegraph. Telegraph.co.uk. 9 September 2016. Retrieved 30 December 2016.
- "The Grand Tour Season 1 Episode 3". 2 December 2016. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
- Clarkson, Jeremy (29 September 2016). "Grand Tour show one: Los Angeles. Show two: Johannesburg. Show three: Whitby obviously. Tickets available now". Twitter. Retrieved 29 September 2016.
- "The Grand Tour Season 1 Episode 4". 9 December 2016. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 1 Episode 5". 16 December 2016. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
- "The Grand Tour on Twitter: "Thank you for a great show Rotterdam."". Twitter.com. 19 February 2016. Retrieved 25 October 2016.
- "The Grand Tour Season 1 Episode 6". 23 December 2016. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
- "The Grand Tour – Timeline". Facebook. Retrieved 25 October 2016.
- Clarkson, Hammond or May: Who Built the Best Dune Buggy for the Namibia Special?
- "The Grand Tour Season 1 Episode 7". 30 December 2016. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 1 Episode 8". 31 December 2016. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 1 Episode 9". 6 January 2017. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
- "Amazon Instant Video". Amazon.de. Archived from the original on 19 October 2016. Retrieved 25 October 2016.
- "Clarkson, Hammond und May in Stuttgart: Amazon Prime "The Grand Tour" kommt nach Deutschland – GQ" (in German). Gq-magazin.de. 18 October 2016. Retrieved 25 October 2016.
- "PS-Fernsehen im Residenzschloss – Geheimsache Autoshow – Landkreis Ludwigsburg – Stuttgarter Zeitung" (in German). stuttgarter-zeitung.de. 11 November 2016. Retrieved 22 January 2017.
- "The Grand Tour Season 1 Episode 10". 13 January 2017. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 1 Episode 11". 20 January 2017. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 1 Episode 12". 27 January 2017. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 1 Episode 13". 3 February 2017. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
- "Book tickets for the Grand Tour Dubai". 7 November 2016. Retrieved 7 November 2016.
10th December 2016
- "The Grand Tour Season 2 Episode 1". 8 December 2017. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
- Starkey, Adam (13 December 2017). "The Grand Tour season 2: Richard Hammond is on crutches in episode 2 after horrifying crash". Metro. London. Retrieved 13 December 2017.
second episode titled The Falls Guys, Clarkson drives ... Ford GT from New York City to Niagara Falls, with James May making the same journey via public transport with Hammond ... Celebrity Face Off ... cricketer Kevin Pietersen and baseball's Brian Wilson
- "The Grand Tour Season 2 Episode 3". 16 December 2017. Retrieved 16 December 2017.
- McKellar, Sean (22 December 2017). "The Grand Tour Season 2 Episode 4". Retrieved 22 December 2017.
- @harefarm (9 December 2017). "Yes, that's us. The chosen farm for this season's The Grand Tour. Thank you @farmlocations for making us reach the big time! @thegrandtour" (Tweet). Retrieved 6 January 2018 – via Twitter.
- McKellar, Sean (29 December 2017). "The Grand Tour Season 2 Episode 5". Retrieved 29 December 2017.
- Gray, Tim (April 2017). "Amazon's The Grand Tour Hosts Visit Colorado". KEKB. Retrieved 12 January 2018.
spent Easter weekend at the Gateway Canyons Resort in Gateway, Colo
- McKellar, Sean (6 January 2018). "The Grand Tour: Series 2 Episode 6". Retrieved 6 January 2018.
- McKellar, Sean (6 January 2018). "The Grand Tour: Series 2 Episode 7". Retrieved 6 January 2018.
- McKellar, Sean (20 January 2018). "The Grand Tour: Series 2 Episode 8". Retrieved 19 January 2018.
- McKellar, Sean (27 January 2018). "The Grand Tour: Series 2 Episode 9". Retrieved 26 January 2018.
- McKellar, Sean (3 February 2018). "The Grand Tour: Series 2 Episode 10". Retrieved 3 February 2018.
- McKellar, Sean (8 February 2018). "The Grand Tour: Series 2 Episode 11". Retrieved 6 February 2018.
- "The Grand Tour Season 3 Episode 1". 9 January 2019. Retrieved 9 January 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Colombia". 25 January 2019. Retrieved 25 January 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 3 Episode 4". 22 January 2019. Retrieved 22 January 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 3 Episode 5". 29 January 2019. Retrieved 29 January 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 3 Episode 6". 5 February 2019. Retrieved 5 February 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 3 Episode 7". 12 February 2019. Retrieved 12 February 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 3 Episode 8". 19 February 2019. Retrieved 19 February 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 3 Episode 9". 26 February 2019. Retrieved 26 February 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 3 Episode 10". 6 March 2019. Retrieved 6 March 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 3 Episode 11". 11 March 2019. Retrieved 11 March 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 3 Episode 12". 19 March 2019. Retrieved 19 March 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 3 Episode 13". 26 March 2019. Retrieved 26 March 2019.
- "The Grand Tour Season 3 Episode 14". 2 April 2019. Retrieved 2 April 2019.
- "The Grand Tour presents "Seamen" review". 13 December 2019. Retrieved 14 December 2019.