The Grand Tour Episode 2 Will Take You To South Africa

Posted: Nov 24 2016, 9:26pm CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

The Grand Tour Episode 2 Will Take You to South Africa
  • The Grand Tour, Episode 2 Trailer: More Excitement Coming your Way
 

The second episode has a lot to offer including guns, explosives and also cars!

The Grand Tour premiered last week with a bang and it has surely exceeded expectations for all the car enthusiasts all over the world.

The world was looking forward to see the trio of experts on screen while zooming in the hardcore kind of cars. The debut episode was really exciting with an introduction of a new location and a new track. Along with that it was really exciting to see so many exciting moments occurring. 

Now the franchise has released the trailer of second episode of series and it is looking nothing short of full of excitement. The trailer showcases the trio driving up peacefully to their tent in South Africa, where all the fun will begin. 

The start of trailer of episode two features an Aston Martin Vulcan which is a 7.0 liter with a majestic 820bhp, V12 super car. This V12 bearing car is supposed to be tested at the new track of the show which is named Ebola-drome after the infamous virus. 

Along with that there is another dangerous touch that will leave you with your adrenaline pumping as well. The trailer, later on showcased James May who is shown reluctantly participating in a drifting exhibition.

It looks he is not in the mood of a lot of drifting and is doing so only because he is being urged to do so. Another clip shows Richard Hammond playing with knives which is followed by some kind of challenge which involves a large SUV and luxury sedan.

Later on May is shown shooting assault rifle on the back of an Audi S8. The camera then focuses on an explosion which is followed by the shooting. Thus there is a lot to see on the Grand Tour, this Friday.  

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