Hot off the press, here’s the trailer for episode 4 of the first season of Amazon Prime’s hit show The Grand Tour entitled Enviro-mental – which when you watch the trailer will become clearer as to why!

Unless you’ve been living under a rock you’ll have heard all about Amazon’s new flag-ship show, with former Top Gear hosts finding a new home and creating a whole new motoring show on the streaming service Amazon Prime.

After chatting with friends and gauging their thoughts on the show so far, we were all in agreement that the first episode shone brightly while the second fell rather flat with the would-be actors take on a military base to try and save ‘The Queen’. Writing about it doesn’t make it any less surreal!

The third episode last week impressed an awful lot more, mainly due to the fact it featured rather a lot of actual motoring with the intrepid trio taking their (Brown) Aston Martin DB11, a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and a Rolls Royce Dawn across Italy finishing culminating in an awful lot of doughnuts and a trip to Venice.

Time will tell if the new show finds its feet and becomes the staple diet that all motoring fans truly crave following the poor return by the BBCs Top Gear but the viewing figures suggest people are pleased to see May, Hammond and Clarkson back on their streamed screens which will please Amazon greatly after they spent a rumoured £160m on the show.

Let us know what you’ve thought of the show so far in the comments below. Does it live up to your expectations? You can see all our coverage of the show here.

The Grand Tour Episode 4 Trailer

The Grand Tour Season 1 Episode 4 Plot

The Grand Tour studio tent is back in Whitby, England for various complicated reasons, some of which are James’s fault. In this show, Jeremy Clarkson tests the Porsche 911 GT3 RS, desperately trying to remain impartial despite knowing that Richard Hammond owns one, and then compares it to the track-focused BMW M4 GTS. Also in this programme, the hosts become unusually ecological as they attempt to create cars made of truly sustainable materials before taking part in what’s billed as a green motorsport event.