Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris, Rory Reid and The Stig are back, with guest appearances from German driving legend Sabine Schmitz. Expect Top Gear’s trademark array of stunning photography, state-of-the-art supercars, celebrity guests and a healthy disrespect for presenter safety. There are the hottest new cars doing unseemly things to physics, including the new BMW M5, Alfa Stelvio SUV, Kia Stinger, McLaren 720S, Honda Civic Type R, Lexus LC and a trio of V8-powered super coupes. Plus the not-so-hot old cars, that actually do get quite hot. And perhaps break down. A bit. There are bikes. There are horse boxes. There are drifts, jumps, a V8-engined Track-Tor that decimated another BBC programme (sorry about that), and the small matter of Chris in a flying car.