The Grand Tour’s James May has vowed that there will be even more episodes of the Amazon Prime Video series to come following the release of Carnage A Trois.
The presenter’s second lockdown special launches on the streaming platform on December 17 and will see him, Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond cross The Chanel to France.
As the title suggests, there will be plenty of carnage in store, and it won’t stop there as James has teased there are further specials planned.
Speaking to Charlotte Hawkins and Ben Shephard on today’s Good Morning Britain, the host said: ‘We did have plans originally for Russia. We’ve got various other ones in our back pocket; we’re not throwing them away, they’re being postponed because of coronavirus.
‘The French film, Carnage A Trois, is the second of our UK mini special… they were designed to keep the thing going until we can get back to normal life which is taking a bit longer than we initially thought, but we’ll do it eventually.
‘We are unstoppable.’
Of course, James, Jeremy and Richard are also working on their individual projects too.
Jeremy launched one of the biggest success stories of the year with Clarkson’s Farm, which has already been commissioned for a second series.
Meanwhile, James is filming his second Our Man travel show, this time heading to Italy, while Richard has launched another car show called Richard Hammond’s Workshop, restoring cars which he describes as his ‘genuine passion project’.
The Grand Tour: Carnage A Trois is set to arrive tomorrow and will see the trio dive into the bizarre world of French car culture.
‘On an epic road trip starting in the Welsh hills, they dish up a hair-raising mountain climb, bomb defusals, propeller powered cars, helicopter stunts and the most thrilling race of their lives before reaching the English Channel for a jaw dropping medieval climax,’ the synopsis reads.
‘And a soupcon of French art house cinema.’
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV and The Grand Tour Presents: Carnage A Trois launches on Amazon Prime Video on Friday 17 December.