Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc, better known as Joey Tribiani from Friends, are featured in the 40-second clip. We don't see much of Sabine Schmitz, Rory Reid, or the Stig, but as much as Top Gear has always been focused on its personalities, it wouldn't be Top Gear without the cars. Judging from what we can see so far, the first new season is going to have some good ones.
There's a classic Ferrari 250 TdF, an Aston Martin Vulcan that Chris Harris drives on the F1 circuit in Abu Dhabi, a Land Rover taking on a Jeep in rain-soaked Blackpool, a Jaguar F-Pace heading off-road, Eddie Jordan giving rally notes to a kid in a Mercedes GLC, and of course Matt in the Ariel Nomad in Morocco. The clip even shows some American muscle in the forms of a Ford Mustang, Chevy Corvette, and Dodge Viper, doing what they do best. In short, it looks promising, and we're looking forward to seeing how it all pans out.