'The Grand Tour' will head to Russia to film a new series.

James May, Jeremy Clarkson,Richard Hammond

James May, Jeremy Clarkson,Richard Hammond

The motor show presenting trio - Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May - previously ditched their studio tent for a series of feature-length specials, and they are to take on the sub-arctic temperatures of Russia.

A source told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre TV column: "The guys are always wanting to go as bold as they can, particularly now they've left the tent behind and are just doing specials.

"And travelling to deep, dark Russia will not be without complications and mishaps. It should make for great telly."

The Amazon Prime Video show shook things up late last year with the new format kicking off with 'The Grand Tour: Seamen', which saw the trio head to Cambodia and Vietnam.

They swapped their cars for boats in an attempt to cross the Mekong Delta.

But before they head off to the freezing north, Jeremy, Richard and James will take on Madagascar for their latest adventure.

Speaking about the latest film, James May previously said: "I think it is going to be great because, as an adventure, it was fantastic.

"Madagascar is a truly beautiful place. It's wonderful, I don't know why it isn't full of artists - it's just beautiful water, the skies, the breeze, the clouds - it's ludicrously pretty."

The trio have been busy working on their own individual projects for the streaming giant with Jeremy focusing on his new series 'I Bought The Farm' (working title), James on 'Our Man in Japan' and Richard working on a currently-untitled solo show.

However, Jeremy has predicted the "end of supermarket shopping" after opening his own farm shop.

The 59-year-old TV star proudly sold vegetables "drizzled in fungicide" at his Squat Shop in Chadlington, Oxfordshire, and Clarkson subsequently claimed his latest venture was a runaway success.

He said: "We've had more customers than Aldi - we're putting the German giants out of business. This is the end of supermarket shopping."