Series 24 was the twenty-fourth and most recent series of the BBC motoring show Top Gear and premiered on the 5th of March, 2017. It was presented by Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris and Rory Reid with regular appearances from Eddie Jordan and Sabine Schmitz. The presenting line-up from the twenty-third series returned and remained unchanged with the notable exception of former lead presenter Chris Evans, who quit at the end of the previous series. The series contained seven episodes.
A first trailer for the series was released on the 25th of December, 2016. A second trailer was released in February 2017, along with the launch date: the 5th of March, 2017.
Filming for the series was kept under wraps with very few public sightings of the crew. One known item, however, will be a race from Muscat, Oman to Dubai, the United Arab Emirates with LeBlanc in a boat and Harris in a car. Harris was later seen driving a Bugatti Chiron near the Dubai Marina. Elsewhere, LeBlanc has been seen filming with an Avotros Shaman on the Isle of Man and with a Aston Martin DB11 in Montenegro.
Additionally, in a trailer revealed in February 2017, it was revealed that Harris, LeBlanc, and Reid had filmed an episode in Kazakhstan. Also in the trailer it was revealed that Harris had tested the LaFerrari FXX-K. Shortly after, the premiere date was revealed to be the 5th of March, 2017.
The Star in a Rallycross Car segment, first introduced in the previous series, was replaced in the twenty-fourth series with a new reasonably-priced car, a Toyota GT86.
|1||The presenters head across the wilds of Kazakhstan in three second-hand cars with at least half a million kilometers on the clock. Also, Harris tackles the LaFerrari FXXK in Florida.||None||James McAvoy|
|2||Harris and LeBlanc take two new convertible supercars to the West Coast of the U.S. for a series of all-weather challenges. Also, Reid challenges Harris to a series of stunt-driving challenges on the Top Gear test track.||Alfa Romeo Giulia||David Tennant|
|3||LeBlanc and Harris head to Montenegro for a test of the all-new Aston Martin DB11. Also, Reid and Schmtiz hit the Nurburgring in a slew of supercars.||Aston Martin DB11||Tamsin Greig|
|4||Harris and LeBlanc race across the Arabian Peninsula, pitting the Bugatti Chiron against a slew of money-no-object 'transport solutions'. Back in the UK, Reid takes over the Top Gear test track for an in-depth test of the new Renault Twingo.||Renault Twingo||Tinie Tempah|
|5||Harris and Schmitz do battle at the King of the Hammers in California to see who the better driver is. LeBlanc reviews the all-new Ford GT.||Ford GT||Chris Hoy|
|6||Harris and Reid head across the classic-American-car paradise that is Cuba in two more modern second-hand sports cars.||Mercedes AMG GT R||Ross Noble|
|7||Reid decides convert a Ssangyong Rodius into a luxury yacht, taking his creation to the waters of Monaco. Elsewhere, LeBlanc heads to the Isle of Mann to test the Avtoros Shaman.||Porsche 718 Cayman S||Jay Kay|
- LeBlanc and Harris head to Nevada for an all-weather test of two new convertibles; the Lamborghini Huracan and the Porsche 911 Turbo S
- LeBlanc, Harris, and Reid power across the Kazakhstan wilderness in second-hand cars with more than half a million kilometers on the clock
- Harris and Reid journey across Cuba in two second-hand sports cars to impress the locals
- LeBlanc heads to the Isle of Man to test the Avotros Shaman
- LeBlanc and Harris head to Montenegro for a test of the Aston Martin DB11 and the Mercedes
- LeBlanc, Harris, and Reid attempt to turn the SsangYong Rodius into a luxury yacht
- Sabine and Harris compete in the King of the Hammers contest in California