The second series of the television series Top Gear aired in the United Kingdom on May 11, 2003 and concluded on July 20, 2003, and contained 10 episodes. The series included presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and new presenter James May.

Episode Number Film(s) Power Test Guest
1 New Presenter James May is given the task of reviewing his own Bentley T2, while Richard becomes emotional over the Bowler Wildcat, and Jeremy has a look at the Smart Roadster. None Vinny Jones
2 Jeremy test drives the Rolls-Royce Phantom, while Richard drives around in the Rover P5, before heading for the track to see which political party for Britain is the fastest. BMW M3 vs Audi S4 (Jeremy) Jamie Oliver
3 Jeremy reviews the Volkswagen Touareg while James reviews the Perodua Kellisa. Richard reviews the Lexus SC430 and the Hyundai Coupe before pitting the stripped Jaguar against some supercars before adding Nitrous to it. Alpina Z8 (Jeremy) David Soul
4 Jeremy sees how far he can drive in a Jaguar XJR, Richard reviews the new Jaguar Mk II and James has a look at the 1950s C-Type Jaguar. Jaguar XKR-R vs Aston Martin DB7 GT (Jeremy) Boris Johnson
5 Jeremy takes a look at two Porsche 911s - the Turbo and the C4S. James reviews the Triumph TR6 and Richard sees if a team can build a Rally Car faster than women can get ready. Renault Clio V6 (Jeremy) Anne Robinson
6 Jeremy heads to Scotland to compare the Mitsubishi Evo VIII to the Subaru Impreza WRX STI. Richard reviews the Peugeot 206 GTI while James attempts to speed up Caravans. Vauxhall VX220 Turbo (Jeremy) Richard Whiteley
7 Jeremy reviews the Hummer H2 while Richard drives the new Renault Megane before putting it through a crash test. Koenigsegg CC8S (Jeremy) Neil Morrissey
8 Jeremy reviews the Nissan 350Z. James and Richard head to the north to drive a selection of convertibles. The fastest master of the universe is put to the test. Alfa Romeo 147 GTA (Jeremy) Jodie Kidd
9 Jeremy reviews the new Vauxhall Signum before joining Richard to drive the Vandenbrink Carver. James tests our the GM Hywire. Volvo S60R (Jeremy) Patrick Stewart
10 Jeremy drives the Volkswagen Phaeton while James test the Cadillac Sixteen. The fastest disabled driver is also determined. TVR T350C (Richard) Alan Davies