The Grand Tour returns to Prime Video on June 16

‘The Grand Tour’ is set to return on June 16 with The Grand Tour Eurocrash

Amazon Prime’s hit series The Grand Tour is back with Eurocrash. According to The Sun, the trio will “take on an epic 1,400-mile journey from Gdansk in Poland, through Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia.

The Amazon Prime Video series is making it comeback next month, when Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May will embark on a road trip across Central Europe.

“This will be a special like no other -  and fans are going to lap it up.” The new series is titled ‘The Grand Tour: Eurocrash’ and will see the three presenters set off on a 1,400-mile journey across the continent.

They will experience new adventures and unusual challenges as they travel from Gdansk in Poland, through Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia.

En route through Europe, the trio will sample some Soviet-style Formula 1 and recruit a famous racing driver, before taking part in a spectacular ‘Fast and Furious’ climax.

The TV insider added: “Nobody thought Central Europe would be an option for a road trip, but the lads have well and truly proven it’s a great destination for petrolheads.”

First look images of the new series show the trio posing in front of their cars while on a stunning mountain road.

Jeremy, 63, and James, 60, appeared to have chosen old classic cars while Richard, 53, was stood in front of a huge bright yellow truck.

The three presenters worked together on BBC’s Top Gear until 2015, when Clarkson was suspended over several incidents, including allegations over verbal and physical abuse against one of the show’s producers.

When his contract was terminated, Hammond and May also announced they would not continue working on the show without him.

They subsequently signed a deal with Amazon for The Grand Tour, which debuted in 2016 and has seen five seasons.

The trio last appeared together in the special A Scandi Flick on Amazon Prime in September – and the second of the season was set to be released over Christmas.

A series of high speed crashes and delayed episodes meant that questions were raised over whether the programme would return.

‘The Grand Tour’ was launched on Amazon in 2016 and Richard previously admitted to feeling the weight of expectation.

The 53-year-old TV star was determined to make a success of the show, having spent so many years on ‘Top Gear’.

Richard – who starred on ‘Top Gear’ between 2002 and 2015 – told the Daily Telegraph newspaper at the time: “We’re not going to disappoint, because we can’t.

“We’ve got to make this good or they will come and torch us – and rightly so.”

Richard was also looking forward to reuniting with Jeremy and James.

He said: “We’re better when we work together.”

‘The Grand Tour: Eurocrash’ will launch on June 16 on Prime Video.

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