The 50th birthday of the E-Type Jaguar is marked, by Jeremy, in typically brash style. The BMW 1M is on the track and James gets to play with Olympic gold medallist Amy Williams... and a Mini rally car. Jeremy drives the Eagle Speedster, whilst Richard travels to South Africa to play with the Marauder; something even bigger, louder and more destructive than Jeremy. Alice Cooper is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The boys are in Italy to test (or play with) three high performance hatchbacks: the Renaultsport Clio 200 Cup, Citroën DS3 Racing and Fiat 500C Abarth. After winding their way through various Italian towns, the find themselves on the streets of Monte Carlo - during the grand prix week-end... On the track, James drives the Aston Martin Virage and Ross Noble is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy, James and Richard buy second-hand cars for the same price as the cheapest car available in Britain - the Nissan Pixo - priced at £6995. A series of challenges surely ensue... The McLaren MP4-12C is on the track, where Jeremy compares it to the Farrari 458 Italia and James May is in Death Valley with the Range Rover Evoque to test its durability as a 4x4... Sebastian Vettel is the Star in the Reasonably Priced Car.
This week, Jeremy, James and Richard attempt to make train travel better, by replacing the locomotive and carriages with cars. On the track, Jeremy compares the Jaguar XKR-S and an updated version of the Nissan GT-R. Rowan Atkinson is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy, James and Richard are tasked with demolishing a row of derelict houses more quickly than the demolition experts. This, perhaps, explains why the trio have chosen to use military hardware as their weapons of mass demolition. Jeremy drives the Lotus T125 and an updated version of the Jensen Interceptor. Bob Geldof is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy and James pay a visit to the seaside in electric cars: the Nissan Leaf and the Peugeot iOn. Jeremy drives the new Lamborghini Aventador and Richard spends the day with a rally team, the members of which are all ex-military amputees. Louis Walsh is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The boys travel to the former jewel in the former crown for tiffin and tea. On a less important note, they embark on a trade mission to help boost trading links between India and Great Britain. In order to travel cross this vast country, the boys have a budget of £7,000 to buy three British cars that won't fall apart or drown in their own puddles of oil. Rule Britannia!