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Top Gear Series 22 Details Revealed [Spoiler Alert]

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Following a vague and very uninformative teaser video, Top Gear has now released a more in-depth feature on the upcoming Series 22, detailing most of the good stuff that will happen over the course of seven weeks, starting from… well, ‘coming soon’.

Top Gear Series 22 will, as you would expect, cover most of great new cars launched in 2014. So you can expect full reviews of cars like the Mercedes AMG GT, BMW i8, Jaguar F-Type R Coupe, Corvette Stingray, Porsche Cayman GTS, Lamborghini Huracan, and Lexus RC F. This being perilously up to date may come as a surprise to some TG fans who are more used to the show’s special features and adventures with old cars.

They won’t disappointed, as Top Gear Series 22 will also include voyages in Russia and Australia, which, mercifully, were less dangerous than the trip to Patagonia. The TG boys will pay tribute to classic sports cars from MG, Fiat and Peugeot, as well as iconic off-roaders like the Land Rover Defender. A full-on off-road adventure in Australia is also on the cards.

In other interesting parts of Top Gear Series 22, Clarkson will deliver his verdict on the revolutionary BMW i8; Hammond will indulge his inner American again by thrashing a Ford Raptor on some icy roads; and May will honor, rather unexpectedly, Peugeot. Just about the only ‘green’ bit in the new season is a race between a bike and a Renault Twizy.

We’re not sure about this, but a special episode may be in the works featuring the trio of the new hybrid hyper cars. They testes them together for the magazine, so why not the TV show:

Via TopGear

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