The Grand Tour leaves fans 'pulling their hair out' with VERY cryptic post about Scotland specialJanuary 29, 2022
THE Grand Tour fans were left "pulling their hair out" in eager anticipation of a new special filmed in Scotland.
The Amazon Prime show's official Instagram page offered a cryptic message with regard to the upcoming instalment, with bosses insisting they were "hoping" the show could be released before December 2021.
The Grand Tour post showed a block of text with the words: "Lets play the yes, no game.
"Yes, the next Special will come out later this year.
"No, we don't know when.
"Yes, we went to Scotland.
"No, there's no more information currently."
It finished with the words: "Yes, we will update you when we know more," before tagging the caption: "Letting you know."
The upload sparked a frenzy among fans of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, with some admitting they were so frustrated they were pulling their hair out.
One quizzed: "Soo when?!?!?!" as another said: "Thank you!!!! We will be waiting!"
One Amazon Prime viewer then took the format of The Grand Tour post as they put: "Yes it will probably be stupid. No I don’t think they should stop. Yes I will watch it."
One fan gushed: "The gods have answered," as another giggled: "Will Jeremy wear a kilt."
Someone else added: "We don't care where you tour as long as you keep the band together," as another surmised: "Ooooooooooo this made my day."
Meanwhile, another said: "You should really just say December … then people will stop asking," as the account replied: "Hoping for before that."
Another viewer simply quizzed: "Is it going to feature cars?" to which the account confirmed it, not surprisingly, would.
Previously, The Sun Online reported how the Scotland special would span 60 minutes, and with some of it set in Edinburgh.
It is a follow up to The Grand Tour Madagascar's A Massive Hunt, complete with muscle cars and caravan tows.
Sparse details have been released by Amazon Prime show bosses, yet The Grand Tour's executive producer Andy Wilman has revealed to the BBC: "We were trying to think of different options, and where we ended up was we just shot one recently up in Scotland, a kind of mini coronavirus special, which will be 60-odd minutes rather than 90."
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The slightly-condensed episode started shooting in Scotland in September.
The trio arrived in Edinburgh driving three large American cars, with Jeremy in a blue Lincoln, James in a red Cadillac and Richard in a green Buick.
After their extravagant entrance into the country they were spotted completing a drag race in the south of Scotland.
Meanwhile, Jeremy recently hinted The Grand Tour Scotland would air in June 2021, raising the hopes of fans.
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