Jeremy, Richard and James attempt to try and boost the British economy by going on a trade mission to India. They take old British cars with them and a range of uniquely British products as they go on an epic road trip across India.
Jeremy drives a modern day interpretation of the E-type Jaguar as it celebrates it's 50th birthday. Richard travels to South Africa where he test drives a larger rugged alternative to the Hummer. James with the help of Olympic athlete Amy Williams takes a look at the latest Mini rally car.
The presenters make their way to Italy to test drive some high-performance hatchbacks. Jeremy takes the Citroen DS3 Racing, Richard drives the Fiat 500C Abarth whilst James takes a closer look at the Renaultsport Clio 200 Cup as they make their way round different Italian towns and take part in a scavenger hunt.
Jeremy and Richard discover some second-hand bargains for the same price of Britain's cheapest brand new car. James travels to Nevada to discover the toughness of the Range Rover Evoque. The McLaren MP4-12C is compared with the Ferrari 458. Sebastian Vettel is the Star in the Reasonably Priced Car this week.
The presenters manage to finally find a good use for caravans after they try to make train travel cost less, faster and more interesting. Rowan Atkinson is the celebrity behind the wheel of the Reasonably Priced Car this week. Jeremy gets the chance to test drive the Jaguar XKR-S and the updated Nissan GT-R to compare the two cars.
Simon Cowell returns to try and to win back the title of the fastest Star in a Reasonably Priced Car having lost last time. Jeremy gets the chance to test drive the new F1-style Lotus. He later joins James as they travel to the seaside in a pair of electric cars. Richard talks to a rally team made up completely of ex-military amputees.
Jeremy and James travel to the seaside in a couple of electric cars Richard chats to a rally team with everyone, from mechanics to drivers, is an amputee with a military background.