When Will The Grand Tour Season 5 Episode 2 Be Released?


The Grand Tour Season 5 Episode 2 is the next special that’s coming up, and fans want to know when it’ll be released on Amazon Prime Video. We’ve just seen The Grand Tour Presents: A Scandi Flick be released on Prime Video, and it was one of the best episodes of the series I’ve watched in quite some time. That was technically The Grand Tour Season 5 Episode 1. So, what’s going on with the next episode of the series, and when could it be released?

These are some of the questions that we’re going to try and answer for you guys in the article. We’re also going to go over where the trio will be going in this upcoming episode. However, not all of the answers are out there at the moment. That said, we will update this article as soon as we get any new information. So, without any further ado, let’s talk about The Grand Tour Season 5 Episode 2 and try and figure out when the episode will be released and what will happen in it!

When will The Grand Tour Season 5 Episode 2 be released on Prime Video?


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So, I suppose the first question we can answer is whether there will be another episode of the series. The answer to that question is yes. There will be another episode in which Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond are all being idiots on vehicles. However, this next episode might be quite different to the ones we’ve seen before. It’s been revealed to us that Clarkson and Hammond will be on bikes in this upcoming episode, and we all know how much Clarkson hates bikes!

We actually don’t know precisely when the upcoming special will be released. However, we might have some information to share with you on that front. During a recent interview, the interviewer asked Jeremy when The Grand Tour Poland special would be released on Amazon Prime Video. Jeremy – who looked a little bit tired – revealed that it would be released in “a very long time”. However, he then said that it would be out on the streaming platform in about six months. Clarkson said:

A very long time. Is it six months, perhaps? Six months.

So, this means that this upcoming Grand Tour special might be released in December, towards the end of this year. However, it could very easily be pushed into early 2023.

Where will they go in the upcoming special?


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It was also revealed that the next Grand Tour special would be set in Poland and Jeremy and Richard will be both cycling around the area. I’m sure that Jeremy is very happy about that fact. Well, Jeremy and Richard did let slip a little bit of what we should expect from the upcoming special.

Clarkson and his The Grand Tour colleague, Richard Hammond, were talking to a Radio 1 Slovenia journalist in a hotel. During the interview, Clarkson and Hammond revealed that they had travelled 2,000km through Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary, and were now going through Slovenia. Here’s what Clarkson had to say about the upcoming Grand Tour special:

Well, this is, it is actually the finish point for a long – about a 2,200 kilometre drive from Gdansk at the top of Poland. All the way down to Krakow, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, and then here.

Clarkson was then asked what he thought of Slovenia, and he admitted that he thought it was “very pretty”. Here’s what he had to say about travelling through Hungary and Slovenia:

Well, we came in through the mountains from Hungary, so it’s just straight away very pretty. And then it stays very pretty to here. So it’s just very pretty.

Will there be more The Grand Tour specials on Prime Video?


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But, what about other episodes of The Grand Tour? Will there be any more after this upcoming Poland special? The answer is yes. Hammond admitted to This Morning on ITV (via Grand Tour Nation) that these episodes take a lot of planning, and planning has started for the next stint of filming. Here’s what he had to say on the matter:

Yeah, they take a lot of planning, as you can imagine, you know TV. There’s so much planning involved, building one of those shows just… I mean there’s a lot of us in the show.

Then one of This Morning’s presenters, Phillip Scofield, asked Hammond: “Where do you want to go, what do you want to do?” However, Richard didn’t want to give too much away. He simply said:

I don’t know. We actually have a meeting next week. We’re often asked ‘Do you all see each other between shows?’ Well yes because we finish one of the shows, then it’s got to be edited. And Andy Wilman, that you both know is a genius, puts the thing together, but we’re all involved in seeing that through various stages. Then by the time we finish that, we’re starting to plan the next one.

What do you make of this feature? Are you looking forward to watching The Grand Tour Season 5 Episode 2 when it’s finally released on Amazon Prime Video? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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  1. MarcelK

    As much as I love watching these guys, I can’t understand why they make fewer and fewer episodes? Are they telling us something? Are they getting too old for making this kind of television? Are they nearly done with the show, and its format, in general? I get the impression they make one episode, release it, and then make another episode .. as if to wait for the viewer’s response. Covid isn’t an excuse anymore, guys. As a trio fan of over 20 years, I’m gutted that watching your show has been reduced to between 4 and 6 episodes per year. Yes it’s all specials now, and yes people love the specials, but we also loved the old format of interviews, guests, and the racetrack.

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