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Top Gear trailer for new series shows trio – and The Stig – causing trouble at customs

The Top Gear trailer promises some belly laughs and chaotic moments (Picture: BBC)


Paddy McGuinness, Freddie Flintoff and Chris Harris are back on our screens with a bang as the trailer for the new series of Top Gear has finally landed.

The 32nd series of the show looks to be as chaotic as ever, with the teaser trailer alone providing plenty of laughs and bizarre moments.

In the new clip, the lads find themselves in trouble at airport customs, with a customs official gleefully going through their things and demanding to know what they’ve been up to.

Cue clips of swamp buggy racing through an alligator-infested swap (no, really), cruising around Florida in the savage Top Gear RV, and going head-to-head in classic American muscle cars in Miami.

(Each of these clips used to perfectly explain why Freddie, Paddy and Chris are carrying speed guns, handcuffs and oily boxers through the airport).

Of course, Top Gear wouldn’t be Top Gear without the faceless crusader himself, The Stig, and fans will be delighted to learn the fourth member of the team makes an appearance in the trailer.

Except, the anonymous driver is asked to take off his helmet for customs, and well, things get ugly.

The lads are on tour again for Top Gear series 32 (Picture: BBC)

The trailer is set to debut on BBC One after Saturday’s FA Cup Final ahead of the show’s release later this year.

In the new series, the team will test out some gorgeous, famous classic cars: Starsky and Hutch’s Ford Gran Torina, Magnum PI’s Ferrari 308 GTS, and Inspector Morse’s Jaguar Mark 2.

The trio also take off in heavily modified Ford Crown Victoria police cars, all equipped with power-boosting nitrous oxide.

The new series will see the trio travel to Florida, Norway and more (Picture: BBC)
Stunts and savage cars abound in the new series (Picture: BBC)

They will also celebrate English inventor Sir Clive Sinclair, as Flintoff turns a Sinclair C5 – a one-person electric car designed by the inventor – into a bobsleigh.

What does he do with that bobsleigh? Attempt to reach 60mph down Norway’s Lillehammer’s Olympic luge track, of course.

Top Gear will return to BBC One and BBC iPlayer soon.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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