Jeremy Clarkson has teased "slightly scary ground" for the next two seasons of 'The Grand Tour'.

James May, Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond return on The Grand Tour this month

James May, Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond return on The Grand Tour this month

The former 'Top Gear' host will once again be back with co-stars James May and Richard Hammond for new series 'The Grand Tour: Eurotrash' as they tackle a 1,400-mile trip from Gdansk in Poland, through Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia.

Speaking before the new season on Amazon Prime Video, Jeremy said: "For the next one – in fact, the next two – we’re back on slightly scary ground, doing things that we used to do when we were in our 30s and 40s. But now we’re in our 50s and 60s, so I'm slightly nervous about the next two.

"Let’s just say we're going back to Africa, and this one's a hard one. It's hard if you're young and fit, but I'm really not fit. I'm very fat. And I'm 63 now."

Richard previously admitted the trio are in "real peril" when they tackle the show's epic stunts as things can always "go wrong", even on television.

James admitted there is a "massive contrast" between the upcoming series, and joked one part in particular could "finish Clarkson off".

He added: "We've got some interesting cars to drive. There's going to be a massive contrast with this east European one. Where we’re going next is quite tough, with camping, which might finish Clarkson off.

"Hammond will love it because he loves camping. I'm pretty excited about it because it’s a bit of the world I've never been to, it's slightly dangerous and edgy."

Meanwhile, Richard admitted the three presenters "really enjoyed" the European trip.

He said: "I think we had some real moments of genuine friendship and joy when we were making each other laugh properly.

"And I think it’s going to be compelling to watch. It's lovely when three people who have known each other that long can still reduce each other to tears of laughter.

"That sounded a bit soppy but it’s true. There were some really spontaneous moments. There were certain scenes where we knew there would be something there, but we didn’t know what, and it just unfolded naturally, which is lovely."

'The Grand Tour' returns to Amazon Prime Video on June 16.