The third series of The Grand Tour will return to Amazon Prime on 18 January, it has been announced.
A new trailer for the motoring series has also been released, showing Richard Hammond cautiously driving a Jeep over what appears to be a rickety bridge over a canyon in Colombia.
The trio, comprised of Hammond, Jeremy Clarkson and James May, are also shown in scenes filmed in Detroit and Nevada, Sweden and Scotland.
Other locations featured in the third series will include China, Mongolia and the Uk which will see the presenters venture to Stansted Airport.
The Grand Tour became one of Amazon Prime's most lucrative and best-viewed shows when it debuted on the streaming service in 2016. It marked the trio's first project after they left Top Gear, the new series of which will be fronted by Take Me Out presenter Paddy McGuinness and retired cricketer Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff. They'll replace Matt LeBlanc when it returns for its 27th series in 2019.
Last year's series of The Grand Tour, which debuted in December, featured celebrity guests including David Hasselhoff and Welsh actor Luke Evans.
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