In the 90-second teaser clip, the former Friends star rescues the nude group and helps them into his Avtoros Shaman, a giant eight wheeled all-terrain vehicle.
In the video, which will air before Let It Shine tonight on BBC One, Top Gear fans will also be treated to a glimpse of 49-year-old LeBlanc being cornered by police in Montenegro, as well as presenter Rory Reid crashing a taxi in Kazakhstan.
The trailer is packed with the usual line-up of flashy supercars including the likes of the Aston Martin DB11 and the Ferrari FXX K.
The Top Gear trailer show Matt helping a group of naked ramblers into his Avtoros Shaman
It also shows LeBlanc, Reid and Chris Harris in a hilariously awkward BBC car insurance interview, where they are questioned by a risk assessor on their prior motoring convictions, whether they will participate in competitive driving and if they require fire cover.
Just as LeBlanc answers that they won't be needing fire cover, The Stig enters with a small flame smouldering on his sleeve.
Former Top Gear presenter Chris Evans hailed LeBlanc as the "captain" that the show needs after he quit after just one series fronting the popular BBC motoring show.
When he announced he was leaving last July, Evans, 50, stated that he had given it his "best shot", but that "sometimes that's not enough".
Top Gear: Behind the scenes
Tue, October 18, 2016
Take a look behind the scenes during the filming of Top Gear minus Chris Evans.
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First look at Matt LeBlanc, Rory Reid and Chris Harris on set minus Chris Evans
Top Gear's first trailer for hte new series will air tonight before Let It Shine
Matt's co-host Chris Evans quit last year after just one series on the revamped Top Gear
With LeBlanc now set to take the Top Gear reins when it returns this spring, the BBC will be hoping to see an improvement in viewing figures, after the last series struggled with ratings.
The first series since veteran presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May quit, last year's revamped Top Gear suffered its lowest viewing figures in 13 years as it failed to compete with those of the former line-up.
Reid, 37, revealed that the show would need a shake up after Evans left.
"I expect it to be a pretty big change," he told RedBull.com last year. "Things will be pretty different for series 24."