- Jeremy road tests the Volvo S60 R
- James drives the GM HyWire around an industrial estate
- Richard road tests the Vandenbrink Carver
- Jeremy drives the Vauxhall Signum
- Patrick Stewart is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car
Review: Vandenbrink Carver (a three-wheeled bike with tilting tandem cockpit), Hammond and Clarkson try to fit in it at the same time with humorous results. It is not fast or cheap, but the gimmick of a tilting cockpit on a stationary rear subframe is entertaining for both of them.
Review: Jeremy reviews the new Volvo S60 R, and says its like “a cheaper version of a Rolls-Royce Phantom” rather than a serious competitor to a BMW M3. Achieved a lap time of 1:35.
Review: James reviews the revolutionary GM Hywire, which runs on a mixture of hydrogen from the tank and oxygen from the air.
Star In A Reasonably-Priced Car: Patrick Stewart who talks about his love of Jaguars and what it is like living in Los Angeles, did 1:50 in the Liana.
Review: Vauxhall Signum. Jeremy despises its Vectra-ness and finds it poor to drive, but admits that the rear seating is very clever and comfortable. As a result, he tries to drive it a la Mr. Bean, using string tied to the steering wheel and poles to reach the pedals.
Star in a reasonably priced car
- Patric Stewart – 1:50:00