The Grand Tour's first season concluded after 13 explosive and entertaining episodes in early 2017. And while there are a few things we'd like to change, it was an overall success for Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond's first series on Amazon Prime since leaving Top Gear.
But what happens next? When will the holy trinity return for a second series? What features will come back? Here's everything there is to know so far. We'll be updating this story with all new information as and when, so keep it bookmarked.
The Grand Tour season 2 release date: When will it return?
There is no specific date yet, but Amazon has confirmed to Digital Spy that it will definitely be later in 2017.
When they first signed their deal with Amazon, they agreed to 36 episodes over three years. As the first season contained 13 episodes, we'd expect there to be at least 11 or 12 episodes next time around.
Season 1 debuted in mid-November, so we're expecting a similar Autumn debut in 2017.
Richard Hammond did briefly announce on Instagram that the second season will launch on November 19 - but he has since deleted his post. So we 'll take that with a pinch of salt.
The Grand Tour season 2 tickets: Where can I get some?
There aren't any details surrounding when and where you can get tickets to go and see The Grand Tour season 2, but last time around, Amazon allowed fans to apply online via its website.
We'll keep you posted as to when you'll be able to sign up for a spot in the tent in your 'local' area.
The Grand Tour season 2 online: How can I watch it?
When it is finally released - as well as the first season - you can watch it all online via Amazon Prime.
If you want a full guide as to what the hell Amazon Prime is and how you can watch it on your desktop, smartphone, tablet or TV, head over to our in-depth handy guide here.
The Grand Tour season 2 locations: Where is it filming?
There are no details yet regarding where the boys will be sent this year, following stops in the likes of Germany, Scotland, the USA and South Africa in 2016.
Speaking on their DriveTribe channel in February, Jeremy revealed that they will be heading back to Africa at the end of the month, and that they will also be going to Georgia (the country, not the US state).
They also joked that they will "never" pitch their tent in France, after Jeremy and Richard once had their driving licences taken away in the country (referring to the Top Gear episode 'The Perfect Road Trip'). They then revealed that they were indeed just joking, and that they had decided to film in France at some point in series two.
The boys were also spotted filming on the island of Pag in Croatia in early May. Hammond was seen in an Ariel Nomad, while Jeremy tried out a blue Audi TT:
When does filming start?
Amazon also confirmed to Digital Spy that filming for the second season commenced in February, so they got back on it pretty quickly.
What features will return?
Little is known about what the format of season 2 will be, but we're at least assuming the whole 'tour' element will remain, including the travelling tent.
It remains to be seen whether features such as Celebrity Braincrash, Conversation Street or the Eboladrome test track will be back.
The jury is also still out on whether "The American" Mike Skinner will be back for a second run as their new Stig equivalent.
Richard Hammond injury - is the Hamster alright?
You may have heard that Richard suffered a rather nasty injury while filming for The Grand Tour. Well, thankfully, he's alright!
Richard first spoke out after it was reported that he had been badly hurt in a motorcycle accident in late March.
Taking to his motoring website Drivetribe, Hammond reassured fans by saying: "Thanks for enquiries re my slight shunt whilst filming for GT.
"I can confirm that yes, I fell off a bike, many times in fact, and yes, I banged my head and everything else. But life goes on."
He later added: "It's true, I did fall off a motorbike whilst filming recently for The Grand Tour in Mozambique. I banged my head, yes, along with pretty much everything else apart from my left thumb, which remains un-bruised.
"Can't tell you more yet about the how and why of it; that's all for later in the year on the show. As for injuries; well put it this way, I don't think I can get a book out of it."
This is Richard's second injury while filming a TV stunt, and comes 11 years after he crashed a jet-powered car at 288mph on BBC Two's Top Gear – an incident which left him in a coma for two weeks.
Amazon Prime budget: How expensive will it be?
When they first joined Amazon, the team were given a whopping budget of £160 million. It means on average they have around £4.5m to spend per episode.
This makes it Amazon's biggest investment in original content to date, and easily one of the most expensive UK shows ever made.
Netflix's chief executive, Reed Hastings, spoke to The Guardian about the battle to scoop the famous trio's new show, saying quite simply: "We bid on Jeremy Clarkson's show and they bid more. By the time they won it, we were like, 'Wow, that's a lot of money'."
Will there be anything until then?
There's always DriveTribe – the motoring app launched by Clarkson, Hammond and May last year.
The trio teamed up with Grand Tour producer Andy Wilman and Beamly tech mogul Ernesto Schmitt to launch the service in 2016.
DriveTribe is being presented as a car enthusiast's equivalent to Twitch, where gamers can watch other amateurs and professionals in action.
"Gamers have got Twitch, travellers have got TripAdvisor and fashion fans have got, oh, something or other too," Hammond told The Guardian.
"But people who are into cars have got nowhere. There's no grand-scale online motoring community where people can meet and share video, comments, information and opinion. DriveTribe will change that. And then some!"
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