Jeremy Clarkson asks if Europe's glamour set still need their jets and helicopters to fulfill a busy day of breakfasting in St Tropez, skiing in the Alps and dining in Turin or if they'd be...
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Jeremy Clarkson asks if Europe's glamour set still need their jets and helicopters to fulfill a busy day of breakfasting in St Tropez, skiing in the Alps and dining in Turin or if they'd be better off with a car. And it's not just any car because he's testing the new, 1479 horsepower Bugatti Chiron with an epic cross-Europe dash. Also, James May is on the Mediterranean island of Majorca to see if the new Kia Stinger GT is faster than gravity itself with a race against some skateboarders. Plus May joins Richard Hammond to relieve the boredom of office lunchtimes with the all-new sport of car park racing, and another big question is answered in Celebrity Face Off as actor Hugh Bonneville goes against naturalist Casey Anderson to find the world's fastest person who lives with a bear.
The Bugatti Chirons engine sucks in 15,850 gallons of air a minute. Jeremy worked out that James Mays office at GT HQ contains about 16,000 gallons of air. So if he raced a Chiron around his room at full chat for just over a minute James would suffocate and then burst. Probably. See more »
The bits are pure retro Top Gear. May does a good review of the Stinger and the race against long boarders is a TG trope. Hammond good review of the 720S. Clarkson in the Chiron is a good comparison to how New TG Chris Harris reviewed the Chiron last year. Clarkson's persona seems to have diverged a lot from his TG form of even 4 years ago, not sure if he's trolling acting or really swelled head.
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