With co-hosts Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris and Rory Reid taking the lead, this new 24th season of Top Gear will premiere in the USA on BBC America on Sunday, March 12, following its UK debut on March 5.
The new seven-part season will see the TG hosts experience Kazakhstan in clunkers with half a million miles on the clock, while also taking some MY2017 convertible supercars to the “Wild West”, racing in Cuba and turning a South Korean van into a luxury yacht.
The cars driven by Matt, Chris, Rory (and also Sabine Schmitz and Eddie Jordan) vary from the Ferrari FXX K to the Aston Martin DB11. They’ll also test the new Bugatti Chiron and Ford GT, which definitely sounds like something we can all look forward to.
There will also be a bunch of naked people in the back of an “eight-wheeled all-terrain monster from Russia”, which LeBlanc will apparently try out (perhaps reluctantly) judging by one of the images below.
As for studio and test track guests, a fresh crop of celebs will be on hand in order to showcase their driving skills, with none other than Professor X himself, actor James McAvoy, scheduled to show up for the season premiere.