The wait is over with the Grand Tour returning to screens with the first episode of Season 3 being broadcast today.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are all back in action with this season expected to be bigger, faster and better than before.
In a message on its website, Amazon said, “the team are back for another season of adventure and idiocy, travelling the world to drive everything from hypercars and Italian classics to RVs and American muscle.
“If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to rampage around the globe with your most entertaining friends, don’t ask these three. They find each other very annoying.”
The release time for the new series hasn’t been announced just yet, however.
An Amazon Prime spokesperson told Express.co.uk: “We don’t have a confirmed time it will drop but please check the site from midnight on the day of stream”.
Those wanting to watch The Grand Tour will need access to Amazon’s Prime subscription service if they want to tune in.
Prime offers faster product delivery but also allows customers to access Amazon’s video streaming service which is available on many smart TVs, consoles and via devices such as the Amazon Fire TV stick.
Amazon Prime costs £7.99 per month or £79 for a year.
Luckily, there is a very simple way to watch the opening episodes of the Grand Tour without paying a penny.
Amazon offers new customers the chance to get a month of Prime for free.
This means you can stream this new show without having to fork out the subscription fee.
It also offers the chance to watch all of the previous episodes of The Grand Tour which continue to be available on Amazon Prime Video.
If you fancy trying the service here’s how to get your free trial today.
To sign up for the Amazon Prime free trial: Go to Amazon Prime Free Trial > Click Start my free trial > Follow the on-screen instructions if prompted.
To access the service you’ll need a current, valid payment card to sign up for Amazon Prime.
It’s also worth noting that while you won’t be charged for your free trial, Amazon does state that you be automatically converted to a paid membership plan at the end of the trial period.
So, if you don’t want to pay, make sure you cancel the plan before the trial ends.