Quickly responding to the new Top Gear trailer, Amazon has released a funny video featuring the Ex-TG brats – Clarkson, Hammond and May. The TV personalities who are popular for their sense of humour are found to be in an intense session of brainstorming to come up with a new name for their car show that will be aired on Amazon Prime.
The each of the presenters goes on about pitching his own far fetched ideas for the name before James May eventually suggests adoption of silence until somebody comes up with a really good idea. The video ends with all the three still far away from naming their eager awaited show. The extremely long hashtag at the end reads – “The still very much untitled Clarkson Hammond May Amazon Prime Show Coming Autumn 2016” (around September).
The show is expected to have at least 11 episodes every season and will be rivalling the BBC Top Gear which currently has a number of presenters including Chris Evans, Sabine Schmitz, Chris Harris and Matt LeBlanc. Going by their Twitter updates, the trio have travelled extensively to put their new show together and that included a visit to India as well.
The Clarkson, Hammond and May Amazon Prime Show would be adopting different format from that of the BBC Top Gear.