A full trailer for The Grand Tour has been released.
Former Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May star in the full-length offering from the forthcoming Amazon Prime series, which is duo for release on 18 November.
As expected they’re up to their usual shenanigans as they get to drive fast cars in deserts, shoot tanks and mock each other – which fans love.
It seems they’ve really taken advantage of their new ridiculous budget – estimated at a staggering £4.5m per show.
It’s all going off! Lovely drive in the desert!
"Looking good is more important than where you’re going," says Clarkson at one stage, as Hammond and May rib him about a Bond-villain-esque white jacket.
Elsewhere, Hammond and Clarkson mock May about his broken arm, "so which one is it" asks Hammond, as Clarkson double checks he’s actually injured it.
The trailer then shows a blitz of stunning looking footage – all shot in 4K – with tanks, camels, exotic locations, super cars and the trio breaking stuff…. business as usual then.
What could possibly go wrong also flashes up on the teaser, with Clarkson revealing: "We’ve only had one minor fire."
The Grand Tour, which will launch exclusively for Amazon Prime customers this Autumn, sees Clarkson, Hammond and May travel the world to make the new series.
As you can see from the images, their new budget is quite large and a lot is expected from the programme.
Video loading Amazon The Grand Tour presenters in their plush tent Amazon Wow, just look at that. Clarkson, Hammond and May film in their first studio tent for new Amazon Prime show, The Grand Tour And here they are
For the first time ever, the studio audience recording will travel every week to watch the programme get recorded in a giant tent.
Clarkson was delighted with filming and took to Twitter to say "I loved today" after sharing a picture of his surroundings.
This is it. The Grand Tour’s first studio day. pic.twitter.com/W3BmxlnsdP
— Jeremy Clarkson (@JeremyClarkson) July 17, 2016
This update comes after Clarkson and co were mobbed by fans in Italy.
Clarkson , 56, who was driving an orange Aston Martin in Vicenza’s main square, even managed to talk about Top Gear during his stop off.
Video loading Clarkson revealed his new show’s logo on Twitter