The Grand Tour: ‘I look like a t*t’ James May shares first look snap of new wheels

The Grand Tour will be back on Amazon Prime next year and show hosts have been sharing snaps from numerous exotic locations where the next outing is set to take place

With filming for the show well well underway, James May and co-hosts Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond have put up numerous social media posts teasing the latest stunts and vehicles set to be explored in the fourth outing.

In his latest Instagram post, James May has teased a new ride he will be testing out, with the vehicle to be revealed in an “influencer” style YouTube video.

The picture shows a blanked out car with the presenter posed on his knees with his arms outstretched, but it seems he wasn’t too pleased about the dramatic pose.

The caption reads: “I’m planning a reveal of my new wheels, in the style of a YouTube influencer (sic), on DriveTribe, soon. They made me do this and I know I look a tit.”

The post proved popular with the petrol heads as floods of comments poured in as fans tried to uncover what hiding behind the star’s Jazz hands.

One user commented: “I would say lamborghini urus because it’s very high.”

A fair few guessed the star was hiding in the new Fiat Panda in the snap, but a third user seemed to think co-host Jeremy won’t be too happy about the latest set of wheels.

The user added: “It’s a Tesla Model X or even an electric/hybrid Range Rover.Going green there Mr. May, don’t tell Jeremy.”

Other guesses consisted of a Dacia Sandero, the latest Defender, a transit van and even a black cab.

“I, of course, was fine, but May had to abandon ship as crew boats were filling with water.”

His comments come after he spoke about the incident on DriveTribe YouTube channel.

“It was an incredibly dramatic ending which was entirely accidental,” he explained.

“The ending we’d planned, that we’d spent hundreds of thousands of pounds on, that we had researched for months, didn’t happen.”

The Grand Tour seasons 1-3 are available to stream on Amazon Prime now.

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