The Grand Tour is perhaps best known for its incredible locations, and hilarious banter between the hosts.
In the last few weeks, The Grand Tour hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May jetted off to a number of serene locations to gather some footage for season four’s upcoming episodes.
But recently Jeremy has posted a new image on his Instagram, revealing he has returned to the UK, and has presumably finished filming in his recent locations.
Jeremy recently posted an image of a countryside landscape with an owl in the centre of the photo mid-flight.
Jeremy captioned the image: “Barn owl. Out early.”
Fans of the road warrior began commenting about how stunning the view was, with some questioning where the image was taken.
One intrepid fan mused: “Looks like where the old famous tent was.”
The previous Grand Tour tent was where the crew presented their travel films, but it was announced it would be taking a back seat in the show.
While it isn’t yet certain if Jeremy was scouting a new location for the show – or filming a new scene – fans will have to wait and see exactly what he was doing.
Recently Jeremy spoke on Twitter about the potential release date for the show.
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Barn owl. Out early.
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Looks like where the old famous tent was
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An eager viewer began prodding Jeremy for the show’s release date, saying: “@thegrandtour is there any chance we can get a rough idea when series four starts!
“There are several mixed rumours out there and we can’t wait to see the new series.”
They went on to add: “You have done a top job with the series 1-3. Never stop!!! Ever!!! @JeremyClarkson @MrJamesMay @RichardHammond.”
Luckily for the viewer, Jeremy was in a giving mood, and decided to drop a little tease on its release.
He replied: “Just finished filming the first episode.
“That’ll need a few months to edit. And then….”
While recent tweets saw Jeremy and the gang hanging out in Vietnam, it could be safe to assume the first episode of season four is set there.
However they were also seen filming in Cambodia once again, meaning viewers can also expect a number of scenes set there.
But other than that, viewers aren’t quite sure what to expect yet – and it sounds like the show could be a number of months away from airing.
The Grand Tour season 4 returns to Amazon Prime Video later this year.
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