Jezza and the boys recreate that famous journey, following a star to Bethlehem.
The Ariel Atom, with a V8 engine, 900 bhp per tonne and a 0 - 60mph time under 2.3 seconds, is driven on the track by... James. Will it reach 60mph? Richard plays with porches - again and Jeremy drives the Skoda Yeti.
The Ashes were won convincingly and are safely, back where they belong, in England. This crushing defeat has not deterred our Aussie friends from competing against us. Oh no. Now the Top Gear Australia boys are taking on our very own brave Blighty boys in a series of automotive challenges. On the track, Jeremy drives the Ferrari 590 GTO.
In Albania, the boys drive he Rolls-Royce Ghost, Bentley Mulsanne and Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG. On the track, Jeremy drives the Ford Focus RS500, the Prodrive-developed Cosworth Impreza STi and the Volvo C30 PPC. Jonathan Ross is the Star in the Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May set out to buy second-hand convertibles and discover some of the unusual pitfalls to watch out for when picking up a used car bargain.
Plus, Jeremy is on the test track in the powerful Pagani Zonda R, whilst Simon Pegg is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car, and outspoken F1 legend Eddie Irvine sets a lap time in the old Suzuki Liana.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May set out to end the chaos and misery that snowfall brings to Britain every year, using a combine harvester, some basic engineering skills and a quick trip to Norway.
In the last show of this series Jeremy Clarkson races the new Jaguar XJ against something even bigger and more powerful - the rotation of the Earth itself.
Meanwhile, Richard Hammond achieves a boyhood dream by testing two 1980s supercar icons, the Porsche 959 and Ferrari F40, and James May is in America to drive NASA's very latest Space Exploration Vehicle.