The Grand Tour has gone through an evolution over the last few years. In fact, the whole show has been a huge change since the glory days of Top Gear, which some fans were keen to point out. No one likes change, so of course, the car show has come under fire from viewers who preferred the days of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May driving cheap cars in foreign countries.
Now, budgets are higher, there’s more time to film with only two special episodes being filmed each year (without Covid throwing a spanner in the works), and ideas are, let’s face it, running out. Things have definitely changed since the days on the BBC. But in a recent interview, Hammond was keen to comment on the next episode and how it’s a “return to form” for the trio.
“I don’t know when it’s going to be on… but I never do, so…
“It really was us, three idiots, doing what we do. It felt great, really enjoyable shoot. So I think that’s gonna be a tremendous show” he told The Express.
He also mentioned to the outlet that there will hopefully be another episode being filmed this year, and that they’d “try and do the same this year” as last.
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The Grand Tour Scotland special will see the trio drive across, you guessed it, Scotland in three old American cars on a journey from Edinburgh the Hebrides islands. Along the way, they were spotted towing modified caravans before they modified their own cars for what we suspect to be a drag racing challenge. Watch the video below to see more: