Earlier today, The Grand Tour announced that the last episode of Season One is going to take place in Dubai, which is located in the United Arab Emirates, the capital of extravagance and super car heaven.

Some of you may remember Richard Hammond going to Abu Dhabi a few years ago to check out the the Mercedes AMG 6×6, which has become an extremely popular vehicle in the region.

6×6 & SV in Dubai, by @aldric_a #mercedes #6×6 #lamborghini #aventador #saudi #dubai

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#mercedesbenz #g63 #g55 #amg63 #e63amg #g63

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Of course, how many can you forget Hammond being pulled over by a Lamborghini Aventador Police Car!

Check out the rest of the cars that The Grand Tour could possibly be testing!

This #Beauty #SRT8 #Dodge #Challenger #Dubaicars #Dubai #Hemi #BlackOnBlack #RedStripes #Sting

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#Ferrari #Bugatti #Dubai #Dubaicars #WhiteOnWhite #Key

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Which cars do you want to see and most importantly have you submitted your application for the taping yet?

Official Press Release

Amazon Prime Video Announces Dubai as the final destination for series one of The Grand Tour

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are heading to the city of the supercar and invite fans to apply to join the studio audience

7th November 2016 – Amazon has today announced that after a year-long journey around the world, Dubai will be the final destination for the studio filming aspect of the new Amazon Original Series The Grand Tour, bringing the first series of the Prime exclusive show to a close.

Having travelled around the globe, the show’s mobile studio – a giant tent – will be pitched at the base of the world’s tallest tower, The Burj Khalifa, located in the heart of Downtown Dubai. To be part of the studio audience, fans can apply online here. Entries are open for one week and successful applicants will be contacted over the next few weeks, with the studio filming taking place in December.

“After an epic whirlwind trip around the globe, Dubai will be the final chance for fans to come and join Jeremy, Richard and James for the final studio recording of the first ever series of The Grand Tour,” said Jay Marine, VP of Amazon Video Europe. “Demand for tickets has been incredible, so don’t miss out and apply today to join the guys in Dubai for the ultimate adventure and an experience to remember. “

The Grand Tour, which has been shot in 4K Ultra High Definition, will launch on 18th November 2016 exclusively for Amazon Prime members, with new episodes releasing weekly for 12 weeks. Prime members can watch The Grand Tour via the Amazon Video app on smart TVs, streaming media players – including FireTV and FireTV Stick – Xbox, PlayStation, Wii, Wii U, on iOS and Android phones and tablets, and on the web.                       

Jeremy, Richard and James have been travelling the world filming the first series of The Grand Tour in far-flung locations across the globe. The team has already taken the tent to Johannesburg, California, Whitby, Rotterdam and Lapland with Stuttgart, Scotland and Nashville next on the itinerary. To keep across all the news, fans can follow The Grand Tour on Facebook, Twitter and at Amazon. 

The Grand Tour joins Amazon Prime Video’s line-up of award-winning and critically acclaimed TV shows and movies. Prime Video is the only place to stream Amazon Original and Exclusive Series including The Man in the High Castle, Transparent, Mr Robot, Preacher, Mozart in the Jungle, The Collection, Red Oaks and Bosch. Prime members can stream or download from Prime Video to watch at home or on the move, ensuring they never miss their favourite shows.

In addition to The Grand Tour and thousands more Amazon Video movies and TV episodes, Prime members enjoy unlimited One-Day Delivery on millions of items, streaming of more than a million songs available to stream and download through Prime Music, unlimited photo storage in Amazon Cloud Drive, one free pre-released book a month with Kindle First, and early access to select Lightning Deals— all available for a monthly membership of £7.99/month, or a best value annual membership of just £79/year. Amazon customers who are not already members can start a 30-day free trial at Amazon Prime.

 

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