The new series of ‘Top Gear’ is already four episodes into its run, but it seems host Chris Evans still hasn't found the time to change his outfit. Viewers of the BBC motoring show have been pointing out that the presenter, who is said to be worth £50million, has so far worn the same outfit in every episode.

Chris EvansChris Evans has been mocked for wearing the same outfit on ‘Top Gear’.

Evans’ favourite outfit consists of blue jeans and a yellow t-shirt, which is either worn with a dark sweater or a leather jacket. In episode one, the yellow t-shirt was seen under a dark sweater, teamed with blue jeans.

In episode two, when he was filming in South Africa, Evans teamed the jeans and yellow t-shirt with a black leather jacket. Then in episodes three and four the dark sweater was back, as was the yellow t-shirt and blue jeans.

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On twitter one viewer wrote: 'You notice how Chris Evans spends so much time trying to be funny that he hasn't changed his clothes in 4 weeks? #topgear’. Another viewer asked: ’Does Chris Evans only have 1 yellow t shirt. Wear something different!’

Commenting on Evans’ lack of wardrobe variety, a source told The Sun: “It’s weird that he wears the same clothes while filming as it’s not like he is short of cash. We thought it was because it’s his lucky T-shirt or jumper — but it certainly hasn’t brought him much with the new show”.

Sunday night’s episode saw the show’s ratings fall to their lowest yet, with just 2.3 million tuning in, according to overnight figures. But despite the low numbers, Alan Tyler, the BBC’s acting controller of entertainment commissioning, says he’s pleased with the show’s performance so far.

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"We are four episodes into the new Top Gear era with its new presenting line up, and remain really pleased with the way the series is performing," he told The Mirror. "[Sunday] night’s episode was another great watch and yet again was easily the biggest show of the day on BBC Two.

"Being up against a major sporting event is always tough and that is partly why the series is performing so brilliantly on catch up and BBC iPlayer," he added.