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'The Grand Tour' will start on November 18th, and to celebrate, here's a behind-the-scenes look at the tech tent.

"If you want to fight a small war, control an aircraft carrier or fly a space ship, you can do it all from in here," host Jeremy Clarkson says in the clip.

"That's his fantasy," chips in producer Andy Wilman. "He wants his bedroom like this now."

After the first episode, subsequent episodes will be released on Amazon Prime Video every Friday.

Hopes are high for the new show. Not only does it reunite the three ex-'Top Gear' presenters with producer Andy Wilman, it also has a reported budget of around £4.5 million per episode.

From an early preview, highlights include Richard Hammond strapped into a dune buggy dangling hundreds of feet in the air, a race between a jet ski and a catamaran, plus a Range Rover that's been modified to drive on water.

The show is filmed in 4K, with a high frame rate and HDR tech, so should look amazing.

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