Chris Evans and his motley crew of presenters have unveiled their all new show trailer and it has certainly got our attention.
The all new magnificent seven led by Chris Evans and the Stig are ready to revive Top Gear from the ashes as we know it. Earlier today the BBC unveiled their all-new show trailer and it’s pretty much everything we’ve come to know and love about the show. That is gratuitous slow motion car shots, entertaining hi-jinks and plenty of high-paced adrenaline pumping action we expect from the show that carries on such a prestigious name.
We’ll spare you the rigamarole of spoiling what the trailer has to offer and let you watch it for yourself below. Let us know what you think about this Top Gear reboot in the comments below. Will you tune in when they hit the airwaves later this year?
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The trailer kicks off with a slow motion burnout of Ford’s newest Mustang. Fitting as the Mustang has been pretty much selling like hotcakes in the U.K. with a waiting list as long as the lines are for Tesla Model 3 pre-orders (they’re very long.) And yes, those are definitely guns mounted on top.
Keen eyes will notice key locations include lots of the U.K., some shots in the United States, France, Morroco and the United Arab Emirates. There’s a healthy dose of American Supercars like the Dodge Viper and Chevrolet Corvette as well as the tried and true Aston Martins, Lamborghinis and Ferraris.
Curiously the Top Gear team has only highlighted three presenters so far: Chris Evans, Matt LeBlanc and one Sabine Shmitz. Is this the new triumvirate they want us to adopt?
Oh, and we see Chris Evans puking his guts out after getting his sides kicked around a la Sabine Shmitz and her aggressive driving. Overall it’s a familiar mix and we’ll definitely tune in. Whether it all gels together has yet to be determined.