What do you come up with next? Even though the Mazda is less expensive to buy, it uses less fuel, it's cheaper to insure, it's kinder to Johnny Polar Bear, so the road tax is cheaper. And the body is made from a revolutionary blend of plastic and carbon, jointly developed by Lamborghini and Boeing. . I think it beat all the records in two miles. So this thing, with its missing dashboard and seats, is, wait for it, Â£1. No, no, how's he done that?! It's really hard for me to separate best from favorite.
That means 0 to 60 in 2. And there was a noise of tremendous strain and breakage. The boys have races and do crazy things with cars - anything from driving them into swimming pools to setting them on fire! It's actually a one-off Lamborghini. We have to decide which one of these is best. What they want is this the work of a small Californian company called Singer.
However, this is a Mitsubishi Outlander. So there's a blue edition and a yellow edition and a white one. You're never going to be able to see a Fuchs alloy. Last time I was here, I was in a Noble M600, which, as we know, is no slouch. So, you are not actually the slowest we've ever had. Now, there are other supercars that are fast because they're light.
Don't be fooled, this is not another boring technical car programme, there is carnage, mayhem and fun, with less stuffy mundane car reviews. It is, stretched out and it's the fastest road car there is right now. Right, this is not going much further, so I'm going to shove it in that car park over there and we'll just wait for a tow truck. Meanwhile, Hammond tests out the new Lamborghini Aventador Roadster and the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento around the Imola racetrack in Italy, May takes a look at the new Porsche 911 Carrera S and looks at a 911 tribute car built by Californian tuner Singer, and Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler takes his turn to drive fast in the Astra. He says it's not What does he want? Did you keep your foot hard down through there? You were between the lines.
Top Gear - fantastic tv series. Does anyone here know what that is? Presumably it's because you are used to driving on the wrong side of the road. This is disastrous, I'm actually driving through Jeremy's caravan! Plot 200 is vacant, which means I don't have to stay in it. And when you've finished, you can get out and remind yourself you've been driving something that looks like this. Top Gear is essential viewing. I know they're all terrible but they're very popular.
I was going to say they've painted it black - actually, they haven't painted it. To be brutally honest, from that, which is impressive, we don't get much of an idea of what the car looks like so we've got a still of it so we can have a look. But he did eventually complete a lap and I have the time here. But the Peugeot, because it's a hybrid, it can only pull half a tonne. I've said for some time that Pagani have been stealing Lamborghini's crown when it comes to making the best bedroom wall poster car but I think the new boys have just been slapped down.
Now, that is a lot of money for a car, I know. No, hang on a minute. Well, there we are, so that's not a relevant test, as it turns out. No way Jeremy can get past here. Now, can I just say something? And all new suspension, which does its job impeccably. The body, for example, is now made from aluminium, which means it is much lighter - and lighter is good. I've grown a car out of my hands and feet.
Jeremy Clarkson and James May investigate an increasingly popular type of tall hatchback often referred to as a 'crossover'. So, that That is where it goes on our board and now it goes on the floor. Jeremy Clarkson and James May investigate an increasingly popular type of tall hatchback often referred to as a 'crossover'. James and I go on a caravan holiday. For 50 years, Porsche have bloody-mindedly stuck with this daft idea of building a car with the engine at the back, but half a century of consistent fiddling around and they've made it work brilliantly. Can we please stop talking about the 911? This is due to the show's irreverent approach to motoring, the humour and the priceless chemistry between the show's presenters - Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, with special appearances from the tame racing driver, The Stig.