Top Gear returns and already the police are involved. The boys are each given 1,000 to buy a police car which will then be used in a dramatic chase. Unlike a real police car, there won't be several hundred metres of forms to fill in if they get a bit dented. And they most likely will get dented.
There are some helpful tips on how to drive economically; to demonstrate this, there is a race involving a Ferrari 599, Aston Martin DBS, Mercedes McLaren SLR, Lamborghini Murcielago and an Audi R8.
Jeremy starts the sideways, "power"-shouting, tyre-shredding fun by driving the Ferrari 430 Scuderia, which was postponed from the last series after a journalist crashed it. An Austin Allegro goes off a ramp - backwards and James introduces a new member to the Top Gear team...
Justin Lee Collins and Alan Carr are the Star(s) in a Reasonably Priced Car.
In the last series, Jeremy wanted to marry the Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera. In this episode, he falls in love with the Mercedes CLK Black. Richard races the Audi RS6 Avant against skiers in the Alps and Top Gear Stuntman attempts to recreate a famous stunt from a James Bond film in a MG Maestro. On the track, the Mitsubishi Evo X and Subaru Impreza STi go head-to-head.
Rising from the ashes like a phoenix, the Cool Wall returns.
Rupert Penry-Jones and Peter Firth are the Star(s) in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Are you a 'proper petrolhead'? The gospel according to Clarkson says you are not if you haven't owned an Alfa Romeo. So this week the lads are each given 1,000 to buy an Alfa Romeo, which will then be put through a series of challenges.
The Bentley Brooklands gets the Clarkson treatment on the track and James Corden and Rob Brydon are the Star(s) in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The latest of Top Gear's epic races takes place in Japan. Jeremy is driving the Nissan GT-R, while James and Richard travel on Japan's famous Shinkansen, or Bullet train. On the Top Gear track, the Alfa Romeo 8C is driven by Jeremy and the Stig.
Fiona Bruce and Kate Silverton are the Star(s)in a Reasonably Priced Car.
A new Ford Mondeo or a used luxury car of yesteryear? Jeremy and James demonstrate which is the wisest choice when they compare their own luxury cars: a Mercedes 600 Grosse and a Rolls-Royce Corniche Coupe respectively - bought for the price of the standard family Ford.
Jeremy drives the Nissan GT-R - again, around Japan's Fuji circuit. Stig drives the GT-R around the Top Gear track to set a fast lap.
Whilst Jeremy and James busy themselves with their cars, Richard indulges in a spot of fox hunting - Top Gear style.
Peter Jones and Theo Paphitis are the Star(s) in a Reasonably Priced Car. Although 'stars' is maybe stretching it a bit.
It's an epic age-old rivalry: Britain versus Germany - but this time it's serious. Germany's equivalent of Top Gear - D Motor - is up against dear old Blighty's magnificent original in a series of challenges. Battle commences in Belgium.
Richard drives the Gumpert Apollo and James drives two cars made by Mitsuoka: the Galue and the Orochi. In the studio, Mazda's new racing car, the Furai and the Crossbow, made by KTM.
Jay Kay is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car and he has Simon Cowell's fastest lap time in his sights.