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The future is now.

Your phone, home, and car will all be connected in the Internet of Things.


Inrix is developing an Alexa virtual assistant for carmakers. Who will use the system is an open question right now.


The two-part episode that didn't need to be.

Beach buggies, beautiful scenery, and about 30 unnecessary minutes.


Off to Namibia: a bumbling adventure in two parts.

The Grand Tour's producer thinks the beach buggy is "terrible", and the boys try to prove him wrong.


Try episode one for free, no obligation required.

Amazon is hoping releasing episode one will bring in even more fans of fast cars and inappropriate anatomical jokes.


Don't let the lead image fool you.

The Grand Tour is at its best when the cars are the stars, and episode six is almost all about the vehicles.


It's merely a scene for the season finale (and it's not a tank, it's an APC).

Despite what the Daily Mail says, a director shouting "action" probably means Clarkson and Company aren't engaged in terrorism.


Even a game of Battleship can’t save this one.

Also, this episode has Jeremy Clarkson in a ball gag. Ew, we know.


And it's costing Amazon a lot of money.

More than House of Cards, More than Game of Thrones...


This isn't a repeat of Operation Desert Stumble.

This is the best parts of The Grand Tour's last two episodes, combined into a jaunt through the Welsh countryside.


Is this a commentary on his ego?

It seems The Grand Tour has something big planned.


This package doesn't come in a cardboard box.

This is far more than just simply backing up your hard drive.


It's an old formula, but it works for a reason.

Our only question – is the Aston Martin orange or brown?



The Grand Tour's first episode is out, bringing Amazon subscribers the The American, a new test track, and Jeremy Renner's untimely fictional death.


It's been a long time coming, but The Grand Tour is almost here.

The long and bumpy road that's led us to The Grand Tour is almost over. Here's the story of that journey.


If you forgot, the trio really hates the Prius.


It comes out this week!

The trio had 549 constructive debates and seven romantic meals.


It's the best (or worst) alarm in the world.

Simply set your Amazon Echo or Echo Dot to The Grand Tour setting.


The last figure, though, is from Jeremy Clarkson.

We know Clarkson loves to exaggerate, but that's an insane number.


"We genuinely have the best jobs in the world. We really, really do."

This wide-ranging chat includes what cars are in their garages, and why dehydration meant Hammond couldn't join.

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