‘The Grand Tour’ Drops the First Look at New Special “Lochdown”

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Amazon has dropped the first full trailer for the latest The Grand Tour special, “Lochdown”, which features Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May adventuring around Scotland at the height of the coronavirus lockdown.

“Lochdown” will feature the trio of presenters in 1970s American cars they know from TV shows, including a Cadillac De Vile, Lincoln Continental, and a Buick Riviera. As this is The Grand Tour‘s first special filmed in the UK, the extra large American cars seem to be a unique choice for the narrow roads – although if the goal was to cause maximum chaos, as it often seems to be, perhaps is was the correct choice.

The special follows Clarkson, Hammond, and May around Scotland as they do everything from cruise the streets of Edinburgh to build a homemade floating bridge across the Hebridean Sea all while in the middle of a global pandemic.

The trailer, which you can check out below, gives viewers a brief glimpse into the, now to be expected, hijinks and hilarity the trio encounters along their way. Plus we get a glimpse of a car swap that brings in what looks to be a vintage Chevrolet Camare, a Ford Shelby Mustang, and a Plymouth Superbird.

The Grand Tour Presents: “Lochdown” will premiere July 30 on Amazon Prime Video.

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