The Grand Tour season 4 episode 3 release date
Grand Tour Season 3 Episode 4 will be released sometime in 2021, Amazon has confirmed and will bring co-hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May to Scotland. The episode was actually filmed in 2020, in the midst of the pandemic, so hopefully we won't have to wait too long to see it. We hope the leg will mimic the feel of an American road trip, without forcing the British hosts to leave their country.

There's more good news if you're a fan of The Grand Tour Presents: A new episode is being filmed in Wales and parts of England such as Warwickshire, starting in April 2021. Adding to this, as James May said in an interview last year on the post. more episodes closer to you with the goal of publishing them more regularly. Considering how slow releases have been lately - it's been a year since the last two stages, Seamen and A Massive Hunt were released - this will come as a relief.

Next, we tell you everything we know about the future of The Grand Tour Presents on Amazon Prime, including details on the Scotland special, what we know about the new UK episode as it progresses, the filming, and what happened to the Lost Russia special. It was originally going to follow A Massive Hunt.

The release date for Episode 3 of Season 4 of The Grand Tour is set for 2021, and a new episode is being filmed in the UK.

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In February 2021, Amazon Prime Video announced on the show's Twitter account that a new Scottish Grand Tour season 4 special would be released sometime in 2021. As of April 2021, Amazon has yet to release details on the version. . In March 2021, Clarkson told Drive Tribe that he had seen a first cut of the Scotland stage, suggesting it was relatively close to completion.

On the plus side, as of April 2021 another special will be filmed for The Grand Tour in the UKor: The three presenters were seen filming in Llandrindod Wells, Wales, according to the YouTube channel for fans of the Grand Tour. They each drove classic French cars, which hints at the theme of the episode a bit. Jeremy Clarkson was apparently seen driving a Citroën CX Break, James May was seen in a Renault Avantime, while Richard Hammond was in a Matra Murena, the channel said. The hosts were later on site in Warwickshire, England.

But this episode seems to be still a long way off. Let's go over what we know about the Scotland First Special set, which will launch on Amazon before then. A sneak peek of this episode has been posted on social media - Clarkson describes the setting as the Grand Tour 'unplugged':

Previous plans to shoot an episode in Russia were suspended due to the pandemic (see below), so another special was filmed in Scotland nine days earlier in 2020.

"We did it in an uncrowded area of ​​Scotland," co-host James May told BT. “We don't really interact with the facilities. There were complicated systems to clean everything and it was a bit tiring going through a lot of procedures and being tested every day, but he didn't bother not to film. Honest". »

The presenters were unable to go to the pub after filming the episode, which must have been a challenge.

While it may be a long wait before the trio and their team can travel to more exotic locations, the intention is to keep making episodes in places where it is easier to succeed, hence the reason. sense. "In the short term, we may have to lower our travel ambitions and we have a better chance of doing so," says May. 'It is better to shoot in the UK and deliver regularly than to promise land and deliver nothing. The Grand Tour could get a little more national. But the important thing will be the three of us. And the cars.

That bodes well for the future, and who knows, maybe we'll start to see episodes of Grand Tour season 4 land more than once a year.

Scotland Grand Tour season 4 episode: what else we know

To film the next leg in Scotland during the pandemic, the team formed a bubble and no one caught Covid-19 during filming. The hosts have been reported to have been seen driving classic American cars from Edinburgh to the Hebrides, suggesting some sort of Route 66-type road trip element.

Clarkson was seen driving a blue Lincoln, May driving a red Cadillac, and Hammond in a green Buick. The trio also took part in an endurance race on a track somewhere in southern Scotland, for which the aforementioned cars were apparently modified and were also seen towing caravans at one point.

May says it doesn't matter much to be a little closer to home for the hosts; after all, Amazon Prime Video viewers could watch it from anywhere. "If you watch The Grand Tour from Sri Lanka, Scotland is as exotic and beautiful as Sri Lanka is from Scotland, so there will always be a large part of the audience who will find anywhere in the world fascinating."

And hey, anything that allows hosts to shoot new episodes faster seems like a good thing.

The Grand Tour season 4 Russia special: what we know

The next scheduled episode of The Grand Tour Presents was supposed to take the hosts to Russia, and that's still the idea, one day. It's just been postponed for now due to the pandemic. James May says a lot of preparation has been done for this stage, but "it's just not possible at the moment". Hopefully with the wave of vaccines coming, that could change in the future, but it seems unlikely that he'll see a Grand Tour of Russia special anytime over the next year or so.



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