An improbable race can only mean one thing: Top Gear is back. This race is from London and Edinburgh using three different modes of transport. Jeremy will take the Tornado, a modern steam train; James drives the exquisite Jaguar XK120 and Richard rides the Vincent Black Shadow motorcycle.
In what sounds suspiciously like a proper motoring item, Jeremy, James and Richard attempt to find the perfect car for a 17 year-old. This involves looking at insurance, accident repairs and most importantly of all for a 17 year-old: the car parking facilities at a music festival. Normal service resumes in Abu Dhabi with Richard, a Lamborghini Murcielago SV and a race between a Bugatti Veyron and a McLaren F1. Stephen Fry is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Bankers, large dogs and the Police. These are the things Top Gear needs to test sensibly-priced small cars that people can actually afford to buy, without making you turn over to watch Hope Springs.
James meets the 'American stunt driving legend' Ken Block, which will probably result in a stunt of some sort and Jeremy drives the Mercedes SL Black on the track. The boys also find time for a game of Car Sauna.
Michael McIntyre is the Star in the Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy, driving a Mitsubishi EVO 7, which has a 'colourful' former owner, is on the run from the British Army, which undoubtedly want to shoot him with an array of interesting, live ordinance.
James and Richard race against a stamp, an envelope and the Royal Mail, to see which can travel the length of Britain most quickly: the Porsche Panamera or a letter.
On the track, Jeremy and Richard compare and squabble over the Ford Focus RS and the Renault Mégane R26.R. Olympic gold medal winning sprinter, Usain Bolt, is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car, although he would probably be quicker to run.
A budget of £1,500, a rear-wheel drive coupe and some French ice. Undoubtedly a Top Gear challenge equally as daft as any which have gone before. Jeremy drives the new 500bhp Jaguar XFR. Sienna Miller is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy, James and Richard are each given a budget of £3,000 to buy at auction, a car built before 1982. They then drive to Majorca to take part in a classic car rally.
Jeremy, with the help of a dinosaur, drives the new BMW Z4.
AC/DC singer, Brian Johnson is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy and James attempt to create an advertisement for Volkswagen, without falling out with each other. Richard tries to persuade people that the Vauxhall VXR8 Bathurst is an alternative to German sports saloons. Jay Leno is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. Top Gear returns in the autumn.