Top Gear is back on BBC Two tonight and here's all you need to know about the brand new series.
Top Gear returns this evening and - for the second year in a row - it's all change.
2017 sees Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris and Rory Reid at the helm, with appearances from German race ace Sabine Schmitz, F1 pundit Eddie Jordan, and the international man of mystery referred to only as The Stig. Because that’s his name.
In tonight's latest episode of Top Gear Series 24, Matt LeBlanc gets to grips with the fire-breathing Mercedes-AMG GT R supercar.
Chris Harris and Rory Reid journey across Cuba in a pair of second-hand sports cars.
Plus, comedian Ross Noble takes to the Top Gear track in the Reasonably Fast Car.
Elsewhere this series, Top Gear’s presenters journey across wildest Kazakhstan in cars with half a million miles on the clock, tackle old-school motorsport in Cuba, blast through America’s wild west in the latest convertible supercars, and attempt to turn an ugly South Korean people-carrier into a luxury yacht to rival Monaco’s finest.
Meanwhile, Matt, Chris and Rory also review the latest and greatest cars from around the globe, including the Aston Martin DB11, the incredible Bugatti Chiron and the new Ford GT.
Oh, and an eight-wheeled, all-terrain monster from Russia, because no series is truly complete without an eight-wheeled, all-terrain monster from Russia.
Top Gear airs tonight at 8PM on BBC Two and continues Sunday nights.