It's been a long time coming, but now there's finally some actual video proof of the existence of BBC's Top Gear post-Clarkson.

The old-but-new show, fronted by Chris Evans, Matt LeBlanc and a raft of co-hosts include our own Eddie Jordan, are gearing up (groan) to take the show forward into a new era without Messrs. Clarkson, Hammond and May. 

There's not a whole lot to tell from a one-minute teaser, except that it's loud, it's got some ridiculously expensive cars being driven in an unsafe manner and it's got Matt LeBlanc strapped to a tiny car being driven on the back of a lorry.

As you do. Take a look and see for yourself, sure.

So, thoughts? Clearly, Amazon Prime's iteration of Top Gear is nearing completion - or at least a point where they'll be able to show off some footage of what they've intended. Otherwise, they'd be keeping this under wraps until closer to the airdate.

The rumoured date for the first episode landing on screens will be in and around May 2016, but that could very well change depending on how soon the competition at Amazon Prime planning on launching.

Will it be the same and will you tune in? Let us know in the comments and vote in our poll!