Video: Watch Jeremy Clarkson take a jab at the BBC in ad for new Amazon Fire TV stick

All of us gearheads eagerly await Jeremy Clarkson’s debut with his new TV show on Amazon Prime, along with co-hosts and mates, Richard Hammond and James May. But in an awkward and funny advert for Amazon and their new Fire TV media stick, Clarkson decided to make his debut at Amazon a little early.

In the process, Clarkson also hilariously takes a crack at the BBC, which is totally ok since he no longer is associated with the British Broadcasting Corporation.

So far, Clarkson announced the show will not be called “Gear Knobs,” as rumored lately, and so far, he has scored a $250 million deal with Amazon involving 36 episodes over three seasons with May and Hammond. Andy Wilman, former producer and mastermind behind the original Top Gear resurgence that made the show so popular, is also apart of the crew.

Check out the advert after the jump.

– By: Chris Chin

Chris Chin

Chris Chin is the Editor-In-Chief of egmCarTech and is a regular contributor to Automobile Magazine.

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