A double dose of The Grand Tour this week!
Good News! The Colombia special would be released in two parts the first in Friday 25 and the second on Saturday 26!
As announced in the previous episode of The Grand Tour by Jeremy Clarkson, our favorite trio of middle-aged men, this week will be out in Colombia, in a two hours road trip special, which would be released in two parts, the first, Friday 25 and the second, Saturday 26, giving us a double dose of fun in the same week.
Their mission is to take wildlife photos good enough to be used by Amazon as wallpapers, anyway the bigger challenge is to don't mention across the two hours of the show the word "Cocaine" hard task if you're in Pablo Escobar’s homeland.
For Richard Hammond is not the first challenge of this kind, as many of you know, in 2015 he filmed the two parts documentary “Jungle Quest” where he went to Amazon’s forest, with the purpose to take wildlife shots to display in a little exhibition for raise awareness about this endangered place. Jeremy Clarkson and James May, on the other hand, are rather good amateur photographers, as you can see by their posts on Instagram or Twitter, so this is going to be very interesting.
The cars they picked to drive across Colombia looks as much amusing as their mission, Captain Slow will be at the wheel of a tough and nifty Fiat Panda 4x4, and his colleagues will follow in a pair of bigger and heavier cars, a Chevrolet Silverado for the Hamster and a Jeep Wrangler for Jezza.
Thanks to the amazing scenarios of Colombia, three battered cars and an almost impossible challenge, this special has all the paper in order to be epic!