As we saw when Hammond got his hands on the sensational Pagani Huayra in series 19, Top Gear presenters rather like talking about hypercars.
"I broke my penis once trying to backflip a motorcycle. That was ******." Ladies and gentlemen, allow us to introduce Johnny Knoxville: a man described by Wikipedia as ‘an American daredevil', which is about as big an understatement as saying ‘cheese: it's a bit fattening'.
What do we have here?
It's an off-the-shelf Leon Cup touring car, which you could use for anything from track days to the actual world touring car championship. Seat has a decent history with tin-tops, having won the WTCC in 2008 and '09, and the BTCC - with a pair of diesels - in 2006. There's also a one-make series with a whole grid of near-identical Leons, not to mention various other championships and one-off races.
What's this then?
This is the first of Audi's SUV range to get an RS badge and, indeed, the first compact SUV ever to get some proper performance treatment. And no, we're not counting the Nismo Juke. Not fast enough.
For a brief spell, Jeremy conceived the world's smallest car - a two-stroke, 100cc-powered P45. And it had literally no fundamental design or engineering flaws whatsoever.
"We're gonna keep jumping the truck ‘til we break the record, or break the truck." Not our words (surprisingly), but the words of Joe Sylvester, driver of Bad Habit, a 4535kg, 1400hp monster truck that's just broken the world record monster truck distance jump at the Cornfield 500.