On this week's jet-setting, playboy-friendly, yet still based-in-a-tin-shed-just-outside-Guildford edition of Top Gear, Richard and James set out to answer that age-old question; "what's the best mode of transport for travelling from Portofino to Saint Tropez: Classic Ferrari or off-shore powerboat?"
Richard will be pedalling the glorious Ferrari Daytona, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. James, meanwhile, will be helming the snappily titled XSR-48, which, with a top speed of 80mph, is not only the fastest production diesel boat in the world, but is also equipped with a carbon-fibre racing toilet.
Also on this week's show, we'll be continuing our tradition of inventing new and highly destructive motor sports as Richard gathers together our motley band of touring car drivers for a spot of bus racing.
It's bound to be a highly relevant test of mass-transit solutions with absolutely no body contact or massive crashes whatsoever - and that's a Top Gear promise.
And, as if that wasn't enough, Jeremy will be driving the latest super saloon that's lining up to take a crack at the BMW M3 - the Lexus IS-F.