The Grand Tour, a new motoring programme due to release on Amazon Prime this coming November, have released a new trailer showing off some incredible production quality as the former Top Gear hosts look to take over the mantle of motoring kings from their former employers. Since the surprise sacking of BBC Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson, and the subsequent departure of co presenters Richard Hammond and James May, many fans have been eager to see what the three TV car nuts have in store with their new motoring show - The Grand Tour. Much like Top Gear before it, The Grand Tour looks to the three dynamic TV personalities as they take a wide range of high performance vehicles beyond the edge of performance in a quest of one-upmanship and friendly rivalry for our entertainment pleasure. Very little is known about the new show, other than Amazon are providing a substantial budget for Clarkson and Co to cast aside the enforced boundaries of the BBC production and let the creativity spill out in the new programme. Signed up for three 12 episode seasons, The Grand Tour travels across four continents in a fine sample of vehicles and adventures. In the latest trailer, the team can be seen thrashing around a racetrack in the latest hypercars, blowing stuff up in a tank, dropping cars into the sea and entertaining a live audience in a huge circus type marquee. All the usual stuff really... It has been confirmed that the opening sequence alone is the most expensive ever to be created for a television show, coming in at a cool £2.5 million. The opening scene features a wild 150 cars, 2,000 acrobats and six jet planes... BBC budget cuts be gone...! In other news, it has been rumoured via The Sun newspaper that rock superstars Roger Daltrey (of The Who fame) and former Dr. Feelgood and Ian Dury & the Blockheads guitarist Wilco Johnson have been commissioned to write the opening theme tune to the new show. Daltrey and Johnson are no strangers to working together, releasing the epic Going Back Home album back in 2014, the first non The Who studio album from legendary British singer Roger Daltrey in 22 years. It is thought that the rock duo performed a gig for top Amazon management back in August, and Clarkson is a know Who fan. A Sun insider claims: “Jeremy is a huge fan of Roger and Wilko. “The track which they played was a rocking blues number and would be great for the show. It’s one of a couple of options. Jeremy is also looking at getting his favourite band Hothouse Flowers to have a go.” Needless to say, if the rumors prove to be true, The Grand Tour will have one of the best opening theme tunes in modern television. With Top Gear already confirming the somewhat lacklustre Chris Evans wont be returning for a second season, handing the reigns to former Friends star Matt Le Blanc, the gloves are well and truly off in the fight to be king of the motoring shows. The Grand Tour will debut on Amazon Prime Friday 18th November. Are you looking forward to the new motoring show from the three former Top Gear presenters? Do you think the show will prove more popular than the "new" Top Gear? Let us know in the comments section below!