The Grand Tour‘s Full-Length Trailer Drops, Is Oh So Perfect

Is it November 18th yet?

The Grand Tour Trailer
The Grand Tour/YouTube

The first official trailer for Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May's new Amazon Prime program, The Grand Tour, has arrived. And it's good. It's so good, in fact, we would advise you not to watch it—because it teases this show so well, you might not be able to think about anything else between now and The Grand Tour's November 18th debut.

But if you refuse to heed our warnings, keep reading.

In this trailer, uploaded to the official The Grand Tour YouTube account on Thursday, we are blessed with a tasting of the never-not-funny British banter from the three middle-aged men many of you have likely come to know better than your extended family, as well as a look at what they will be driving in their soon-to-be released episodes on Amazon Prime.

Watching the video, we take a look inside the now-famous The Grand Tour tent, we watch the trio drive sports cars through a crowded European city, we see them flog the hypercar "Holy Trinity "—better known as the Porsche 918 Spyder, McLaren P1, and Ferrari LaFerrari—around a race track, and we see Jezza attempt to wrangle what appears to be an unwilling camel. Also, there's a tank, broken-down project cars, an Alfa Romeo 4C Spider getting extremely sideways on dirt, and of course, some immensely artistic and beautiful car detail shots.

What more could we want?

We warned you not to watch, so don't blame us if you find yourself binge-watching old episodes of Top Gear for the next five weeks.

Please, November 18—hurry up.