According to reports, while the team are currently working on a third season, the streaming service has no plans to renew the series for a fourth run.
Speaking to the press, an unnamed source close to the show said there was “nothing to suggest” there would be a fourth season and “no one has signed anything and employees are wondering where everyone will go once filming wraps.”
Since moving to Amazon from the BBC, the former Top Gear trio’s new show has brought in over £100m for Amazon and has been one of the streaming service’s biggest hits.
Grand Tour producer, Andy Wilman, remained tight lipped on the future of the show, commenting the team were “focusing on series three at the moment”.
Jeremy Clarkson has recently been confirmed as the new host for a rebooted run of ITV quiz show 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire'.
UPDATE: The Grand Tour host, Jeremy Clarkson, has taken to twitter to rebuke online reports, which started with the Mail Online, that the show has not been signed for a fourth season. He warned followers not to "believe" the reports.
Don't believe the fucking Mail.— Jeremy Clarkson (@JeremyClarkson) March 11, 2018
A spokesperson for The Grand Tour has also been in touch with The Drum commenting reports were "purely speculative" as the show had not even begun filming season three yet.