Jeremy Clarkson's 'The Grand Tour': Amazon-Produced New Show To Save Fans Money?

Fans longing to see ex-Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May don't have to wait for long, as the trio finally are working together on a brand new Amazon's prime series. Amazon could have a new hit and could save loads of money.

The Grand Tour has attracted a lot of attention from car fans and beyond. A fan from YouTube fondly even recreated the upcoming show's teaser using GTA 5, and the results were pretty impressive, according to Car keys. While the new show would be pretty tricky to watch for some fans due to it being streamed online, it appears that Amason has created ways in order to address that specific issue. 

Thus, in classic Amazon fashion, the Grand Tour could be enjoyed by its fans as a huge perk of the company's Prime membership. Apart from streaming thousands of shows, there's also unlimited photo storage online, 30-minute early access to Amazon's fast-paced Lightning Deals and unlimited one-day delivery on millions of products on the Amazon Store also offers a monthly £7.99 a month plan, too, according to Express.

The show's upcoming first episode has already made waves, rumored to feature 150 cars, 2,000 acrobats, and six jet planes, however, this would save the customers loads of money to tune-in to the show, Here's the thing why Amazon has a gimmick to actually cost you cheaper.

GTA will stay exclusive to Amazon Prime Video and you won't be able to tune-in if you have an unstable connection. Amazon could go too close to call with BT, Birgin and Sky bundle broadband with prime.

And here's the thing, if BT, Sky, and Virgin Media will drop discounts for new customers and with a disputing offer from Amazon, it will get cheaper and would save fans big amount of money. Amazon plans to bundle internet access while keeping the subscription at the same time, this could simply become one of the best offers of broadband bundles in the market.

Amazon stated that customers can enjoy watching the show with super clear quality as BBC two HD must have at least 3.5 Mbps broadband connection and watch smoothly without suffering interruption as the show buffers to their screen.

In largely rural parts of UK still not getting basic speed must go for a high standard format to view The Grand Tour. Subscribers could get access to thousands of movies and TV shows with Prime plus ad-free playback on a wide selection of hand-built playlist and songs with Prime music.

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