The presenters head to Canada to prove that small SUV’s are useless with Clarkson picking an Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio, May choosing a Range Rover Velar P380 and Hammond taking a Porsche Macan Turbo Performance Pack. They are shown to be slower round the Area 27 circuit than a BMW M3, not practical enough to carry Canadian Newfoundland dogs, and slower round a barrel course than a horse: concluding that SUVs are pointless. Despite this executive producer Andy Willman informs via text that they will race their SUVs whilst each towing a boat up a mountain. May abandons his Velar for his boat, which sinks, causing him lose the race. Because Clarkson’s Stelvio has no tow bar he cheats and exchanges it for a Ford F150 Raptor, ultimately arriving first with the presenters concluding that the Raptor was better than all the SUVs being tested. On Conversation Street the presenters talk about new SUVs and vans. Clarkson reviews the Tesla Model X at the Eboladrome and on the road, accompanied by some lawyers, ostensibly to avoid Tesla pursuing any legal action, following the previous Tesla v. Top Gear court cases. Rory McIlroy and Paris Hilton discuss their car collections before McIlroy beats Hilton to become the “World’s Fastest Golfing Enthusiast”.