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The boys are back, to the tune of "Live and Let Die."

The boys are back, to the tune of "Live and Let Die."

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Untold stories and previously unseen footage of his exploits.

Untold stories and previously unseen footage of his exploits.

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Clarkson, Hammond and May will be sticking in the U.K.

You've got a week to secure tickets to attend.

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If you forgot, the trio really hates the Prius.

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It comes out this week!

The trio had 549 constructive debates and seven romantic meals.

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The last figure, though, is from Jeremy Clarkson.

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

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"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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An extensive look at the new Amazon Prime series.

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That’s what it takes to get 150 cars and 2,000 enthusiasts on screen.

The Grand Tour will spend its massive budget from the beginning.

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New episodes will be released every Friday for 12 weeks.

The trio is back! And all of them have committed to three seasons.

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If you're in the right place at the right time, at least.

Yes, you could have a new Hyundai Elantra delivered to your doorstep within two hours. But you'll only have it for a short test drive.

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Wouldn't we all rather just play with online configurators?

What's in a name? Aren't car configurators more fun anyway?

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We aren't sure #TheStillVeryMuchUntitledClarksonHammondMayAmazonPrimeShowComingAutumn2016 tag will catch on.

It sounds like Amazon's new motoring show is coming along very nicely.

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Captain Slow confirms Clarkson's timeline for the new show.

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And the Clarkson persona? That's an act, says the man.

Clarkson gave up drinking for months to keep his mind clear during his negotiations for the upcoming Amazon Prime show.

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Former Top Gear mates downshift for filming.

The internet is abuzz with the exploits of Jeremy Clarkson & Co. as they launch their new show on Amazon Prime.

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Clarkson took some time away from preparing his new Amazon show to run us through that company's forthcoming Prime Air delivery service.

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Jeremy Clarkson has confirmed that the new television show he will host with Richard Hammond and James May on Amazon Prime will not be called Gear Knobs.