Jeremy Clarkson’s new Amazon Prime TV show gets new name

James May, Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond have unveiled the name of their new Amazon Prime motoring show, The Grand Tour. Picture: PA

James May, Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond have unveiled the name of their new Amazon Prime motoring show, The Grand Tour. Picture: PA

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Jeremy Clarkson’s new Amazon Prime motoring show will be called The Grand Tour.

The new series featuring Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond will make its debut on the streaming service in autumn.

Previous reports suggested names such as Gear Knobs were being considered and a video released showed the trio brainstorming monikers such as Tripod.

Former Top Gear presenter Clarkson was suspended and then later fired by the BBC last year after a “fracas” that saw him punch Top Gear producer Oisin Tymon.

His co-presenters Hammond and May quit the show shortly after.

Replacing Clarkson on the BBC show is radio DJ Chris Evans, who will be joined by an extensive line-up of new presenters including former Friends actor Matt LeBlanc and racing driver Sabine Schmitz.

The revamped Top Gear is set to air in May, while The Grand Tour will premiere in the autumn.

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