The Grand Tour releases its first full trailer

A "minor fire", a reluctant camel and a fractured arm feature in the first full-length trailer for The Grand Tour.

Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond are billed as three friends on an "adventure" in the promo for the show.

It features the trio in exotic locations, with the stars joking that they have only had a "minor fire" when a stunt goes a little wrong.

The presenters are seen speeding around race tracks, flying over the desert - and trying but failing to entice a camel up a ramp.

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May filming The Grand Tour
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May filming their new series, The Grand Tour (Amazon Prime)

The trailer sees James wearing a sling after fracturing his arm.

As he sits helplessly in his car, Jeremy asks his co-presenter: "Has your door broken?" to which James replies: "No, I'm broken. Can you hold the door for me?"

And James and Richard both make fun of Jeremy when he turns up dressed in a cream suit, asking "Wow, Roger Moore isn't here!"

Jeremy, who is not known for his dress sense, replies: "Looking good is more important than looking where you are going", to which James adds cheekily: "When are you going to do that then?"

The show is billed as "three friends" on "one incredible adventure" across "four continents".

When a crane drops a car into the ocean, James shouts: "That's to release it you muppet."

The Grand Tour
The Grand Tour (Amazon Prime)

The first episode of The Grand Tour launches on November 18, on Amazon Prime Video.

New episodes will be released every Friday for 12 weeks, while Prime members will be able to watch The Grand Tour anytime.

Jeremy was sacked by the BBC for his "unprovoked physical and verbal attack" on a Top Gear producer in March.

Chris Evans left his "dream job" on Top Gear hours after the final episode was broadcast last month.

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