Here’s the trailer for The Grand Tour’s two-part New Year’s special which sees presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May abandon their tent to demonstrate the brilliance of the beach buggy.
In part one the trio attempt to prove Grand Tour boss man, Mr Wilman, wrong, as he declares that beach buggies are terrible by saddling up three examples built to their own specifications and set off on an epic road trip adventure across the deserts of Namibia.
Episode one will be available to stream from Friday 30th December with part two available from Saturday 31st December.
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The Beach (Buggy) Boys part 1
In the first of two special shows, The Grand Tour abandons its usual travelling tent for a road trip across Namibia as Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May attempt to demonstrate the brilliance of that great ‘60s throwback, the beach buggy. Grand Tour boss man Mr Wilman has declared that beach buggies are terrible and its up to the hosts to prove him wrong as they saddle up three examples built to their own specifications and set off on an epic journey across the deserts of south west Africa.
The Beach (Buggy) Boys part 2
In the second show of a two-part special, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May continue in their epic trip across Namibia as they attempt to prove that beach buggies are brilliant. Having escaped the challenging desert at last, the trio must now face the rough roads of the Namibian bush and the constant malfunction of Clarkson’s V8-powered buggy. As their arduous journey nears its conclusion, the hosts camp out in style and embark on their own version of rhino conservation before coming up with an unusual and potentially perilous way to reach their finish point.