Top Gear is set to kick off on Sunday 17th February at 8pm on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer.

Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris and Rory Reid will be returning for a rather short series – just five-episodes in total. But as usual, they’ll each be an hour long and contain some of the best motoring entertainment and consumer advice.

The new trailer contains a 2019 Bentley Continental GT power sliding through the mountains, amphibious rickshaws, some budget track cars, the Bentley Speed 8 Le Mans prototype racer, men in wingsuits, Chris Harris driving a blue Porsche 911 GT3, and soft-offroad vehicles being taken where they really shouldn’t be.

Guests taking to the track in the Reasonably Fast Car this series include X-Men star James Marsden, rapper and singer-songwriter Professor Green, and Episodes star Stephen Mangan.

Series 26 of Top Gear – Matt LeBlanc’s last as lead host – will debut on 17th February on BBC Two, followed by Paddy McGuinness, Freddie Flintoff and Chris Harris’ all-new Series 27 later in the year.