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The Grand Tour Scotland special: Lochdown release date, cars, and trailer

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The Grand Tour Presents Lochdown is set to air later this month (Picture: Amazon Prime Video)

The Grand Tour’s Scotland special is set to come zooming into our lives later this month with Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May celebrating the great 70s American cars they saw in TV shows as kids.

The highly-anticipated double bill was filmed last year in between lockdowns, with the presenters confined to the UK due to Covid-19.

After getting a sneak peek at the trailer on Wednesday, fans have been desperate to know when the Amazon Prime Video show will be dropping onto its platform – and spoiler alert, it’s soon.

Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming episode.

When is The Grand Tour Scotland special release date?

Good news, Grand Tour fans, as there’s not much longer to wait before the Scotland special becomes available to stream.

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The trio are confined to the UK for their incoming Scotland special (Picture: Amazon Prime Video)

It’s been confirmed that the upcoming chapter will be released on Friday, July 30, so set those calendar alerts, get the beers in and have a bag of popcorn at the ready.

How can I watch The Grand Tour Scotland special in the UK?

The Grand Tour Scotland special will be available to stream exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.

Users can subscribe to a 30-day free trial on the streaming platform, with membership costing £7.99 per month after.

Amazon Prime Video is home to thousands of popular movies and TV shows, award-winning Amazon Originals, and members can also get access to one-day delivery on millions of items.

What is The Grand Tour: Lochdown about and what cars are the hosts driving?

Confined to the UK by Covid, Jeremy, Richard and James embark on a Lockdown Special to celebrate the great 70s American cars they saw in TV shows as kids, and to find out just why it was, given their Dads were all driving terrible Austin Allegros, that these amazing vehicles never took off in Britain.

At the wheel of a Cadillac Coupe De Ville as driven by Elvis, a Lincoln Continental as driven by Jock Ewing of Dallas fame, and a Buick Riviera as piloted by Clint Eastwood, the three hosts take their iconic Detroit machines on a road trip across the stunning scenery of Scotland.

And even though they are on home turf this lockdown journey turns out to be one of their funniest, most action-packed, and most charming adventures in years.

Along the way, they cause chaos on the ancient streets of Edinburgh, enjoy a hilarious, tyre torturing, high octane showdown with Abbie on the racetrack, before heading off to stage an epic Cold War shootout between the worst Soviet and American cars ever made.

They also find themselves homeless in the Highlands after a series of housing-based crash bang wallop catastrophes, but still find time to use classic muscle cars to put an infamous Pizza Express journey to the test.

After receiving a text from Mr Wilman, Richard, James and Jeremy modify their cars and head to the Outer Hebrides for one of their toughest challenges yet.

At the far reaches of Scotland, they must build a homemade floating bridge across the Hebridean sea, capable of supporting them and their massive cars on a perilous journey to their final destination.

Is there a trailer for The Grand Tour Scotland special?

 The Grand Tour Presents: Lochdown will launch Friday 30th July on Amazon Prime Video.

Credit: Original article published here.

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