I've never been into cars.
I occasionally glanced at the celeb bits on Top Gear or chuckled at things that weren't about cars but that's the closest I've ever been to watching a car show.
When Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May (had to check the name with the hubby, that's how uninterested I am in car shows) left Top Gear I was like "so what?" and shrugged my shoulders every time it was mentioned either by Steve or on the telly. I really didn't give two hoots about it.
The Grand Tour thing was good though... took the best bits out of Top Gear and made it even better! I even watched the bits about cars that I used to skip over on Top Gear.
I still don't reckon I'm "into cars" but if each show is like the first one, Amazon have found themselves a new viewer! I won't stay up late especially to watch it, but I'll watch it after Masterchef and The Bill re-runs each week.
I haven't got a clue how many millions of pounds Amazon have paid for the programme and I really don't care either, but the humour and craziness and stuff is definitely still worth watching!