Former Top Gear TV show Jeremy Clarkson not only works on a new car show for Amazon, but also helps advertise branded drones for order delivery. In the new Prime Air video, Jeremy talks about the design features of the aircraft and its capabilities. The new drone can take off and land vertically, is capable of speeds up to 90 km / h, climb to a height of 120 meters, hold cargo weighing up to 2.2 kg and deliver packages within 24 km, covering a distance of 30 minutes or less. The delivery drone is equipped with automatic tracking systems, so it can fly around obstacles that appear on the way. The delivered goods are placed in the internal compartment of the aircraft. To unload a customer order at the place of delivery, the drone focuses on a special Amazon tag. The buyer receives a notification on the arrival of the “courier” on his mobile application, after which the drone does not very gently release its cargo compartment and sets off on the return trip. The presented drone is not the only version of the aircraft for unmanned deliveries of goods. Amazon has already developed several prototypes to work in a variety of environments. So far, US law has been an obstacle to the launch of Prime Air. Whether advertising and the social movement will help to amend the laws by allowing activities with courier drones, time will tell.