Top Gear is going through a bit of a midlife crisis following the exit of Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond. It upgraded its studio, revamped its features and found some sexy new hosts. But reviews were mixed for the first series featuring Matt LeBlanc and co.

Now that Chris Evans has confirmed his departure, what can we expect from Top Gear 4.0? From what we’ve seen so far, we’re excited. Here’s everything you need to know as and when we get it:

When will the show come back?

The BBC has officially announced it will premiere on Sunday, March 5 at 8pm on BBC Two, after filming for the series commenced in September.

Top Gear trailer: Is there a teaser?

In the trailer, which premiered on February 4, hosts Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris and Rory Reid are forced to sit through an uncomfortable BBC car insurance interview.

In the 90 second clip, the three hosts – a hark back to the good old days of three blokes mucking around, don’t you think? – squirm through questions from a very overly-cautious risk assessor.

And if that’s anything to go by, it looks like TG may be going back to its roots of three blokes having a right laugh on adventures behind the wheel.