Series 19 is the nineteenth series of the UK motoring show Top Gear which premiered in January 2013. Having been postponed six months the nineteenth series of Top Gear was highly anticipated; the series contained seven episodes. Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond all returned as presenters for this series. Top Gear's Africa Special aired as episode 6 and 7 in the nineteenth series, having been pushed back from December 2012.
|1||James May tests the newest Bentley Continental in Wales, Jeremy Clarkson builds the world's smallest car: the P45.||Pagani Huayra (Richard)||Damian Lewis|
|2||The presenters head to Nevada for a supercar road trip across the Western side of the United States. Along their journey the boys drag race in Las Vegas, battle fighter jets at Willow Springs, and race to the Mexican Border.||None||Mick Fleetwood|
|3||Jeremy races James and Richard across Europe to the San Siro Stadium in Italy. Jeremy races in the Shelby GT500 while James and Richard race on the revamped European railway.||Toyota GT86 (Subaru BRZ) (Jeremy)||Amy MacDonald|
|4||Jeremy subjects the new Kia Cee'd to a thorough road test involving Bruce Willis, Matt LeBlanc and Rugby; Richard braves Mexico for a road test of the controversial Mastretta MXT||Vauxhall Astra VXR vs Ford Focus ST vs Renault Megane 265 Cup (Jeremy)||Lewis Hamilton|
|5||James races the new Range Rover against an autonomous military vehicle in the US, Jeremy and Richard attempt to the build the perfect car for old people.||None||James McAvoy|
|6||(Africa Special - Pt. 1) The boys head to Central Africa in an attempt to find the disputed true source of the Nile. Their journey begins in Uganda where they face insane traffic, mudslides, and the worst hotel ever.||None||None.|
|7||(Africa Special - Pt. 2) The boys continue their quest to find the source of the Nile, journeying through Rwanda and Tanzania where they journey begins to head off-road.||None||None.|