We Now Know When Clarkson, May, And Hammond's New Show Will Begin!

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Thanks to a tweet from Clarkson, we finally know when our favorite trio will return.

There has been a lot of news circling around the new Amazon show from Clarkson, May and Hammond. And now we have our first confirmation of when the show will begin. We still have no idea what the it will be called, but thanks to Jeremy Clarkson on Twitter, we now know that the new series will begin in the fall of this year. James May also responded to questions about the show on Reddit and confirmed its Autumn release. It isn't much, but it does give us a rough date to look forward to.

The trio is hard at work filming and we can't wait to see the new show. We already know that one of the new episodes will feature a customized off-road Mercedes convertible and a car crash that Jeremy Clarkson was involved in during shooting. We have to wait to see if these segments are connected, but one thing is for sure: The show looks like it will continue where old Top Gear left off.

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