Jeremy Clarkson has admitted that he’s incredibly proud of the upcoming The Grand Tour finale episode.
The 58-year-old presenter, who has described the last installment of season three as ‘profoundly sad’, addressed what’s in store with his 7.15million Twitter followers, telling them: ‘I’m glad so many people liked our Mongolia show.
‘But I’m more proud of next week’s Grand Tour. I put my heart and soul into writing that one.’
No fear though because Jezza confirmed that there will be another series, writing to one hopeful fan: ‘Yes. I’ve been working on it for a while now.’
However, Jeremy previously slated the special, titled Survival Of The Fattest, saying that he ‘hated’ filming it, but believes it’s ‘the best we’ve ever done.’
The final will see the trio ‘present a short and informative history class on one of the bedrocks of British life; the medium-sized Ford saloon.
‘Starting with the Cortina of the 1960s and ‘70s, the three chart the history of the car that changed British society and provided transport for millions of dads including Clarkson senior and father May though not, to his annoyance, Richard’s dad.’
The synopsis continues: ‘To cover the ‘80s part of this documentary, Richard takes to the track in the legendary Sierra RS Cosworth before all three hosts re-group to celebrate the Ford Mondeo and this model’s unique claim to fame.
‘Since the Mondeo seems certain to cease production without replacement in the coming years, the history lesson ends with a touching memorial service to this totem of British life.’
The Grand Tour season three finale releases on 12 April on Amazon Prime.
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