The clock is ticking for a debut of The Grand Tour, set to premiere globally on ...
The clock is ticking for a debut of The Grand Tour, set to premiere globally on November 18, providing all of us rev heads with our much needed fix of Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond.
As is always the case with the new television shows, and the hosts are doing the rounds with the press to help promote a show and late last week, sat down with Los Angeles Times having just filmed its live studio segment in California.
Although the producers of this show have been limited to what they can do due to the legal issues with the BBC, Clarkson says that, in the broad sense, it’ll bare some traits to Top Gear, particularly as it’ll include all three going on crazy adventures around the world.
Additionally, we already know that the studio segment will be incorporated into each episode, similar to Top Gear, and except The Grand Tour’s studio will be based in the different city every week.
So far they have filmed in California and Johannesburg and will soon film in the UK. Earlier in the month, the first trailer for this show was released, featuring segments including a three hybrid hypercars as well as the trio test of the Alfa Romeo 4C Spider, Zenos E10 and Mazda MX-5 Miata.
It’s also been confirmed that the opening sequence is the 6-minute automotive extravaganza shot in the Californian desert, is believed to have cost $3.2 million to film and produce.
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