Paddy McGuinness, Freddie Flintoff and Chris Harris discover themselves in hassle at airport customs in a primary have a look at the upcoming collection of Top Gear.
In a newly launched trailer, the presenting trio are seen having an uncomfortable encounter with customs officers when searches of their baggage reveal a velocity gun, a pair of handcuffs and a few oily boxer shorts.
The motoring leisure present is ready to return for its thirty second collection though an official launch date is but to be introduced.
Set to debut on BBC One after Saturday’s FA Cup Last, the trailer sees McGuinness, 48, Flintoff, 44, and Harris, 47, pressured to clarify the weird contents of their suitcases – prompting flashback to their reference to filming the brand new collection.
Issues go from dangerous to worse when a humourless prospects officer decides to interrogate a fourth member of the Top Gear workforce – the present’s nameless racing driver, The Stig.
The trailer additionally offers a glimpse of what viewers can count on within the upcoming collection, together with the presenters swamp buggy racing in Florida and going face to face in America’s latest official motorsport Donk racing, the place basic American muscle automobiles are modified to supply as much as 2000 horsepower.
The ultimate occasion of Crew Top Gear’s Florida motorsport journey sees them line up in a grid of closely modified Ford Crown Victoria police automobiles, all outfitted with power-boosting nitrous oxide.
The trio may even have fun English inventor Sir Clive Sinclair, as Flintoff turns a Sinclair C5 – a one-person electrical automobile designed by Sinclair – right into a bobsleigh earlier than trying to succeed in 60mph down Norway’s Lillehammer’s Olympic luge observe.
In August final 12 months it was introduced that BBC Studios was transferring manufacturing of Top Gear from London to Bristol.
It was additionally confirmed that Dunsfold Aerodrome in Surrey will proceed for use because the Top Gear observe whereas the collection will nonetheless characteristic movies shot around the globe.
Top Gear will return to BBC One and BBC iPlayer in the end.