New season features Chris Evans, Chris Harris, Matt LeBlanc, Eddie Jordan, Sabine Schmitz, and Rory Reid.
The highly-anticipated Top Gear reboot is coming to a television near you as the BBC has announced the show will return on May 29th.
Since Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond have left the BBC to join The Grand Tour on Amazon Prime, this season of Top Gear will have a new look and feel. It remains to be seen if the magic is still there but this year's hosts include Chris Evans, Chris Harris, Matt LeBlanc, Eddie Jordan, Sabine Schmitz, and Rory Reid.
The BBC is keeping details under wraps but said the hosts have traveled to nine different countries over the past eight months and have racked up more than 7,500 miles between them. Some of the adventures include driving an Ariel Nomad through the Moroccan desert, racing a Dodge Viper in the United States, and driving an Aston Martin Vulcan "flat out" at the Abu Dhabi GP circuit.
Besides the aforementioned cars, this year's season will feature the Corvette Z06, Ford Mustang, and Ferrari 250GT TdF. We can also expect appearances from the Audi R8 V10 Plus and an assortment of luxury crossovers including the Mercedes GLC and Jaguar F-Pace.
At last, Sunday nights can return to normal then. Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc are joined by Motorsport guru and Formula 1 commentator Eddie Jordan, world record-breaking German racing driver Sabine Schmitz, renowned motoring journalist and YouTube petrolhead Chris Harris, and car reviewer and TV presenter Rory Reid. They have filmed in nine countries over eight months, racking up over 7,500 miles between them.
And as the trailers have shown, high-octane and spectacular stunts are what’s in store: an Ariel Nomad jumping through the Moroccan desert, a Dodge Viper racing in Nevada USA, oh and Chris Evans and Matt Le Blanc in some Reliant Rialtos… in a rainy Blackpool. And the Stig is back in action on the Top Gear track, plus a whole lot more.
Join Chris, Matt, the team and of course, the Stig, alongside celebrity guests for the eagerly awaited return of Top Gear.