Earlier this year, The Grand Tour, the Amazon Prime Video series, descended upon Detroit, Michigan for some high-horsepower fun. The trio of hosts—Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond—wheeled a Hennessey Exorcist Camaro ZL1, Ford Mustang RTR, and a Dodge Challenger Demon. Their time in Detroit is prominent in the show’s season three trailer, which you can watch above.
The trailer opens with Hammond behind the wheel of a lifted Chevrolet pickup truck precariously navigating a wooden bridge over a frothing river. The bridge looks wide enough—though barely—to accommodate the truck, but that doesn’t make it any easier to navigate. Hammond appears equally cautious, too.
The third season will see The Grand Tour crew trek around the globe, visiting Mongolia, China, Colombia, Detroit, Nevada, Sweden, Scotland, and more. The three will compete in various challenges, getting themselves into trouble at every turn. The third season trailer looks thrilling with plenty of white-knuckle moments and plenty of laughs and explosions.
Season three of The Grand Tour hits the Amazon Prime Video streaming service January 18. It doesn’t look like Hammond, May, and Clarkson are slowing down just yet.