Episode twelve, titled [censored] to [censored], will see The Grand Tour tent on the edge of Loch Ness, Scotland, once again.
The return is due to an "amazing" discovery made by hosts Jeremy Clarkson, 56, Richard Hammond, 47, and James May, 54, since the last show.
Taking a road trip around central Europe while exploring some of the rudest place names the region has to offer, chaos and laughter is bound to ensue.
Richard can be heard saying: "Jeremy, this car is better than yours," before Jeremy replies: "Well, it just isn't, is it? You're being a… what's the word?," before the camera pans to the road sign "Dick".
The Grand Tour: Jeremy Clarkson and co explore Dick in episode 12
Well, it just isn't, is it? You're being a… what's the word?
"Honestly, the plebs make such a noise about everything," groaned James.
In the latest instalment, they will be seen testing out the Jaguar F-Pace, the Bentley Bentayga and the Range Rover Autobiography.
The latest trailer also shows the presenters debating the existence of the notorious Loch Ness Monster.
"For the hundredth time, there is no such thing as the monster," screeched Jeremy, before Richard protested: "There is a monster!"
The Grand Tour: Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond
The Grand Tour presenters stop traffic in Amsterdam
Thu, December 15, 2016
The Grand Tour presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May cause traffic chaos in Amsterdam as statues parade around streets.
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Giant stone heads of The Grand Tour presenters around Amsterdam, Holland, 15th December 2016
The upcoming episode will also see Jeremy kill any car preconceptions as he takes to the Eboladrome in the Lexus GS.
As launch control becomes increasingly common on high performance cars, the hosts will also examine the point of this feature, with the tagline: "What could possibly go wrong?"