Grand Tour Season 1 Review

I loved Top Gear on BBC and when they announced the 3 presenters were leaving and then the same 3 presenters were going to be making a new car show on Amazon Prime I wanted to watch it as soon as possible, however a while later I’ve only just got around to watching. Anyway, it is time for a review.

Richard Hammond, James May and Jeremy Clarkson travel the world looking at all different types of cars and what they are capable of. They do this by testing out super cars, hyper cars and even hatch backs to bring you the best possible car show ever.

What I love about these three presenters is the chemistry they have with each other, this is only possible after not only working with each other for a long time but also being very close friends. This makes a topic which I am not very interested in i.e. cars become a must watch for me.

The show is done amazingly, not only with the news and stats you get about new cars but the numerous different photos and videos of said cars. They can make any car look beautiful in the edits which makes me look forward to each new car they show.

A personal favourite feature of mine is when they do challenges with three different cars and you just see them arguing about who’s car is better. If you are like me then you won’t care which car is better as you just want to see more of the chemistry that these three guys have got.

I love this show and it makes me look forward to jumping into the next season as soon as possible. I have been Aaron Morrsi and I’ll see you next time.

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