The Drive Podcast – catch up on all episodes

Our first season of The Drive Podcast has drawn to a close. Catch up on all 16-episodes here - and let us know what you want from 2023!

It was a massive debut season for The Drive Podcast, as we saw the weekly show top the charts for Automotive content in Australia.

Thank you to all our listeners, and we can't wait to get back in your ears in 2023 with season two!

Let us know what you'd like us to cover and who you'd like to have to join Trent on the mic each week.

Catch up on all 16 episodes below, or wherever you get your podcasts.

You can stream the episode here, or subscribe and listen to the show on your favourite podcast platform:
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Podcast episodes - Season 1: 2022

Episode Date Hosts Title
Episode 1 24/08/22 Trent / Glenn Affordable EVs
Episode 2 30/08/22 Trent / James Get ready for fuel price pain
Episode 3 06/09/22 Trent / Josh The car scalpers are here
Episode 4 13/09/22 James / Glenn Do you need a high-performance licence?
Episode 5 20/09/22 Trent / Susannah The Ferrari Purosangue is here
Episode 6 27/09/22 Trent / Josh Some pressing questions about EVs
Episode 7 05/10/22 James / Susannah Is Geely putting a team together?
Episode 8 11/10/22 Trent / Josh September sales surprise
Episode 9 18/10/22 Trent / Glenn Australia's best dual-cab ute
Episode 10 26/10/22 James / Josh Toyota's new Hilux
Episode 11 01/11/22 Trent / Josh Going forward by looking backward
Episode 12 08/11/22 James / Glenn Has the Suzuki Jimny got more than just character?
Episode 13 15/11/22 Trent / Josh Volvo's shock EV announcement
Episode 14 24/11/22 Trent / Clinton Power per dollar list
Episode 15 30/11/22 Trent / Rob Will electric utes ever deliver what we want?
Episode 16 06/12/22 Trent / James New battery to offer 1000km range on a single charge

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James Ward

James has been part of the digital publishing landscape in Australia since 2002 and has worked within the automotive industry since 2007. He joined CarAdvice in 2013, left in 2017 to work with BMW and then returned at the end of 2019 to spearhead the content direction of Drive.

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