Amazon Prime motoring show The Grand Tour has given the world a sneak peek at the upcoming second series, with the show due to come back this autumn.
Tag-lined with 'A second round of monkey business just around the corner', this is the second of three contracted seasons – presented by the former Top Gear trio of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May – to be made by the online streaming service.
The 36-second preview video gives the audience an idea of what is coming up, including the start of Hammond's now-notorious hill climb in the all-electric Rimac Concept One – which ended with the 47-year-old presenter crashing the £880,000 supercar.
It also shows the team testing the £2million Bugatti Chiron, some images of a trip to Mozambique – where Hammond was injured in a motorbike crash – and a small tank crashing through a shopping centre wall before taking on some sand dunes.
May announced that the show will be returning in October, while appearing on BBC's The One Show in June.
The first episode of series one became the most streamed premiere of any show on Amazon Prime when it debuted last November.