Jeremy looks at the reasons why there aren't more three-wheeled cars in the world. James gives the Toyota Hilux pick up one final assignment. Richard and Jeremy host a celebrity tea party to welcome in a shiny new Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy, Richard and James try to find three cars which are equally at home on the race track as they are taking a family to the shops, all for a budget of £5,000. James takes to the track with a pair of Porsches, the 911 Sport Classic and Boxster Spyder, and Alistair Campbell is the star in the all-new Reasonably Priced Car this week
The team drive the Aston Martin Rapide, the Porsche Panamera Turbo and the Maserati Quattroporte as they try to find the world's greatest four-seat supercar. Richard test drives the the Chevrolet Camaro SS and the Mercedes E63 AMG. Rupert Grint and Rubens Barrichello take their turns as the Stars In A Reasonably Priced Car this week
The team attempt to build some interesting motor homes before setting off for a Bank Holiday weekend in the West Country to see how what that they have created holds up. Jeremy test drives the new Audi R8 V10 Spyder and the latest version of Porsche's enduring 911 Turbo cabriolet to see how they compare.
Richard takes a look at the Volkswagen to see if it has improved its second generation Touareg 4x4. He takes it to Sweden for a race against some snowmobilers. James travels to Germany where he attempts to break his personal speed record in a brand-new version of the Bugatti Veyron. Jeremy Clarkson looks at the reasons why Ayton Sena is considered the best driver of his generation in the year he would of turned 50 if he was still alive today.
The team purchase old British roadsters from Jensen-Healey, Lotus and TVR and they then take a wistful journey through the remnants of this country's sports-car industry, beginning in Norfolk and ending in Blackpool. Jeremy test drives the new Ferrari 458 Italia. Jeff Goldblum is the star in the new Reasonably Priced Car this week.
Jeremy, James and Richard are back in the United States and this time there's no redneck baiting. Instead, they travel from North Carolina to New York, where the locals are well-known for their tolerance...