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Top Gear has just released a surprisingly exciting first trailer (includes vomit)

The BBC is changing gear.

Having teased the new presenting line up over what felt like the better part of a decade, the first trailer for the Beeb's rebooted, Jeremy Clarkson-free Top Gear has been released.

While nothing can be gleaned of the new format the show will take (it's only 60 seconds long), the footage carries the distinct, polished editing style that was fine tuned during the latter years of Clarkson, Hammond and May's reign. 

The cars range from the ridiculous (a tuned up, stripped down Reliant Robin) to the... well, ridiculous (Aston Martin's Vulcan hypercar), while the stunts continue in the familiar vein of slapstick brilliance (there's vomit and everything). 

We're still yet to see what the rapport between the long-list of presenters is like, but things certainly look promising. Let us know what you think below.

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