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2016-11-30 14:42

BIGGER AND FASTER: The third episode of The Grand Tour looks absolutely insane! Image: YouTube

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The Grand Tour's second episode will be streamed on November 25 and it looks to be action-packed, features explosions, escaping a gunfight and spinning in Johannesburg.

Cape Town - The Grand Tour, available to stream via Amazon, is out and already is one of the most popular motoring shows available.

So far, hosts Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammon have raced hybrid super cars, drifted in Johannesburg and assaulted 'terrorists'.

In the third episode, Clarkson's family home is about to be demolished! The reason? The veteran lost a bet...

Mayhem and more mayhem!

From the looks of things the boys will be driving around in a Dodge Charger SRT, Rolls Royce Dawn and an Aston Martin DB11.

Viewers can expect loads of tyre smoke, laughter, banter and crude humour.

The third episode sees the trio enjoying the Italian countryside. Each episode is filmed in a different location around the world, including the already-aired episode in Johannesburg, South Africa.

This episode, though, looks to feature more cars than the second as well as several cringe-worthy moments.

Perhaps the biggest 'OMG' moment comes when Hammond and May are standing in front of Clarkson's house as a bulldozer prepares to destroy the latter's house.

What could possibly go wrong?

Click on the below gifs to view the preceding episodes.

Episode 1

Episode 2


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