that the Grand Tour will return on December 18, including a new trailer “Grand Tour Gift: A Large-scale Hunt”, which is technically the 4th Grand Tour. Season’s second feature film. The trio of former Harry Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May will find themselves on the island of in Africa. They will be looking for Tie the accelerator pedal to the car during “Pirate Treasure,” like Harmon said in the new “Greater New York” touring the trailer.

The one-and-a-half-minute trailer for “A Mass Hunting” in Season 4, Episode 2 of “Grand Tour” kicked off on the French island of Reunion in the East Indian Ocean of Madagascar. Clarkson, Hammond, and May may have a rally on the coastal road-officially, this is the La Nouvelle main route of France’s new coastal road, touted as the most expensive road project in France, with an estimated cost of 1.66 billion euros (About Rs 14,630 crore).

Soon after, they arrived in Madagascar and installed a gas pedal for the car, which gave them more ground clearance and enabled them to drive on any terrain. Well, in theory. As shown in the trailer for Season 4, Episode 2 of “The Grand Tour”, with Hammond stuck on the beach, the gas pedal has its problems. The trailer also showed us the interesting stunts the trio likes to pull, including scanning mines or driving at top speed when bombs explode in the background.

After airing 38 in the three seasons from 2016 to 2019, the production of The Grand Tour has indeed slowed down because it has broken away from the mixed studio and outdoor format. Amazon expanded the deal with these three people, including a new solo exhibition (“Our Man is in Japan in May, I Bought a Farm for Clarkson”). Starting from season 4, The Grand Tour is now only for length albums. The first of these is “Seaman”, which was broadcast in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam in December last year.

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The concert tour “Gift: A Large-scale Hunt” will premiere on Prime Video worldwide on December 18.