The Grand Tour Will Show 2017 BMW M4 Drifting On Wet Road

Posted: Nov 11 2016, 2:29pm CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

The Grand Tour will Show 2017 BMW M4 Drifting on Wet Road
  • This Season’s Grand Tour to Showcase Drifting BMW M4

The debut of this season to show a lot of noise and drifting for a start!

The Grand Tour which is a highly anticipated season for all auto lovers is about to come back to screen in a few days. The program is really popular due to the extreme vehicles shown throughout the season.

Most of these vehicles are tested in hard situations and extreme environment too. The Grand Tour is making its debut on 18th November. Thus the franchise is releasing teaser trailers every other day that has given the viewers a pretty great things that are about to appear on screen.

The recent advertisement shared on screen gave us the glimpse of the cars that are going to appear on screen. The advertisement also showed a 2017 BMW M4 in Yellow metallic color.

The show is supposed to take a turn on the wet track and thus we are hoping to see a lot of action including great amount of drifting.

It is not only the drifting that is supposed to happen on the show. The team is supposed to perform on the set of Game of Thrones too as per reports.

The team released a mash up video of the upcoming season which was filled with all the entertainment that is due to come. The shots seem really thrilling and justify all the fun and excitement that the team would have experienced.

The Grand Tour is one of the most expensive Netflix reality series and millions of people watch all over the world. The video can be explored here on our page. It will surely make you excited for the new season of show to begin.

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