The Grand Tour hits the road with Amazon Prime on November 18

It feels like it's been forever since we've seen Clarkson, Hammond and May on television.

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For the longest time, we've been teased with the return of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. The former "Top Gear" team moved over to Amazon to start a new show, "The Grand Tour," but no one was sure when it would actually show up on Amazon's streaming service. Well, now we have the answer.

"The Grand Tour" starts its engines on November 18. To mark the occasion, Amazon released a 30-second trailer, and it's rich with smoky drifts and all the antics we've grown to expect from these three man-children. The first season will comprise 12 episodes, released every Friday.

If you haven't yet signed up for Amazon Prime, you can get a subscription for about $11 per month. That's about $4 per episode, if you only use it to stream "The Grand Tour."