They're back and it's business as usual with Jeremy testing Sweden's entry in the supercar market, the Koenigsegg CCX and Stig doing his best to kill himself in it. James drives the new Honda Civic and Richard is relegated to driving a most embarrassing convertible: the Nissan micra C+C - a pink Nissan micra C+C.
The Renault Espace is turned into the world's first convertible people carrier by having its roof sawn off. A car wash catches fire and Top Gear Dog makes a début appearance.
Finally, the new Reasonably Priced Car - a Chevrolet Lacetti gets its baptism of fire in a ménage à sept.
Jeremy drives the Volkswagen Phaeton, a car designed to compete with Mercedes and BMW. Richard drives the TVR350c... alongside a Harrier Jump Jet. The Stig takes the TVR and the Noble around the track to see which car is the fastest after Richard and Jeremy can't separate them using the ancient art of Top Trumps.
James drives the enormous Cadillac Sixteen prototype; Jeremy drives the Range Rover 580s which has been tuned by Overfinch and Richard finds Britain's fastest disabled driver.
Alan Davies is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.