Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond have named their new Amazon Prime show The Grand Tour.

Get ready to take The Grand Tour with the former hosts of Top Gear because that's what Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond are calling their new show on Amazon Prime. The name comes from the fact that the action takes place around the world. The first season starts streaming this fall.

Like the U.K. Top Gear, there will still be a studio audience for some segments of the show, but the location will change for each episode. Amazon will announce the filming locations soon, and it will hold a sweepstakes this summer for people to win tickets to be there. Clarkson further clarified the concept on Twitter by saying, “So, the Grand Tour (GT for short) will come from a tent, which we will put up in a different location every week. Your town?”

Moving the studio for each episode seems laborious, but it makes sense. Amazon Prime has a reach across many countries around the world. By shifting the location frequently, The Grand Tour doesn’t only cater to a specific audience.

The trio has done a great of job at least making it seem like choosing a name was a long, difficult process. We’ve seen videos of the guys humorously brainstorming ideas, and they even kept the joke going in this announcement. “I wanted to call it ‘Nigel,’ or ‘Roger.’ We needed a name, and they’re names,” May said.

Source: Amazon

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