Drive TV Season 3 starts Saturday 17 September at 1.00pm on Nine


We’re back in your loungeroom from Saturday 17 September 2022 with ten more great cars on ten more brilliant drives!

Get ready to Drive!

Trent and Emma are back for Season 3 of Drive TV, with another ten episodes showcasing the latest the motoring world has to offer on some more brilliant driving routes.

During the course of the series, you’ll see an electric Mini Cooper SE on a go-kart track, the Cupra Formentor on a hot hatch tour, the Kia Niro EV take a trip overseas, and the formidable Toyota LandCruiser GR Sport gets thoroughly stuck on some muddy tracks.

First up though, Emma takes the GWM Ute on a touring drive from Lake Nagambie in Victoria, past some camels, to the New South Wales border and the Murray River.

Tune in every Saturday at 1pm, or catch up on episodes here and on 9Now.

If you’ve missed any shows so far, Season 1 and 2 of Drive TV are available here and on our 9Now channel.

SeasonEpisodeTitleCarStatePresenterS01E01The Armidale-Kempsey RoadLand Rover DefenderNSWTrentE02The Grand Ridge RoadMaserati MC20VICJamesE03Charlotte’s PassKia SportageACTEmmaE04Colo back roadsFord Ranger RaptorNSWSamE05Macedon Ranges tour loopHaval H6VICJamesE06The Queen’s secret roadVolkswagen Amarok W580SVICJamesE07Mansfield to King ValleyBMW M3 manualVICJamesE08Mudgee regionNissan Navara Pro-4X WarriorNSWTrentE09Highlands DetourPeugeot 508GT & Peugeot 405 Mi16VICJamesE10Brindabella RangeSubaru BRZACTTrent––––––S02E01Darlington Point solar farmKia EV6NSWTrentE02Barrington CoastVolvo XC60NSWEmmaE03Bowral to the South CoastJaguar I-PaceNSWTrentE04Mildura to Lake MungoIsuzu MU-XVICTrentE05The Eildon-Jamieson RoadPorsche Cayenne Turbo GTVICJamesE06Otway National ParkLexus LC500hVICEmmaE07Pyrenees tourMercedes-Benz C300 & Mercedes-Benz C36 AMGVICJamesE08Launceston to HobartGenesis GV70TASEmmaE09Bathurst to the coastRAM 1500 TRXNSWTrentE10Khancoban loopVolkswagen Golf R & Volkswagen Tiguan RNSWTrent & James

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