Interesting how he still calls it "Top Gear BS". Despite that fact that an independent review found that Top Gear had done nothing wrong.
Lying by implication and omission is "doing nothing wrong?" Did they or did they not push a perfectly functional car onto the set implying it was broken? Did they or did they not suggest it had a range problem? These can not be dismissed away by "independent reviews". Particularly if Top Gear's producers paid for that review. (see what I did there?)