So it has come to an end, the best of top gear finally summed up in seven Weeks. This is the last of the seven part series I started nearly two months ago. I hope you all enjoyed it as much as I did writing it. We can sit here and get all mushy and sad, but we both know you don’t want to see me cry. So ladies and gentlemen, here are the last episodes you must watch on Top Gear.
Series 17 Episode 2
With the new Fiat 500 hitting U.S. shores last year it’s only fitting to have an episode that features it in the hot hatchback challenge. Jeremy, James and Richard go to Italy to test out who got the best Hot Hatch.
Series 17 Episode 5
The chaps use a Jenson Interceptor to create one of the greatest title sequences ever made, The Interceptors. They also try their hand at demolition. Like any Top Gear challenge, they just make things worse. That’s why we love watching.
Series 17 Episode 6
Richard goes and visits the wounded veterans trying to make it into the sport of rallying. He also gets to test the Lamborghini Aventador, while James and Jeremy test two electric vehicles, including a Nissan Leaf. Their road tests of the two vehicles sums up the electric car quite well. Let us know what you think about electric vehicles in the comment section below.
The chaps go to India to bring back British trade to its previous glory. I’ll tell you right now they don’t do it. Then again, it’s never about the destination. It’s all about the journey and man is this a great one.
Top Ground Gear Force
This is a special you probably have never seen, mainly because the episode was used to help raise funds for a charity in England. In the U.K. there was a lawn and gardening show that improved peoples yards while they were away. They would show up all surprised and excited at the new yard created for them. The show got cancelled and Top Gear thought they would bring it back to raise money for the charity. This is probably the only show where things really go wrong and the owner… well I’ll let you watch it to find out what happens.
Well this is it guys, back to the regularly scheduled program. If you have any questions on Top Gear give us a call at 855-567-0440 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. As always we are here to help you with any of your in-vehicle technology needs.