As you might be aware, 2021 marks the year CarAdvice and Drive become one – bringing together both sites' top-shelf automotive content under the one banner.
For you, dear reader, not much will change. We're still the same team, with the same familiar faces and high standards for our new-car content and love of all things automotive.
The only difference is you'll eventually be able to meet all your new-car needs in one place, Drive.
Until then, however, we want to make sure that while you're glued to CarAdvice, you don't miss out on the original content we're producing on Drive.
To keep you informed, we'll be rounding up our five favourite Drive stories of the week each week. Behold, the 'Drive Five'...
A Queensland company has unveiled the ultimate mega-motorhome – the first of its kind to be produced in Australia and the ultimate luxury camper van.
Based on a truck chassis, the so-called 'Dreamliner' boasts room for up to six passengers, multiple televisions, heated flooring, high-end appliances and 500 horsepower on tap.
The asking price? Roughly $878,900 plus on-road costs, with every motorhome built to order. Read the full story and see all the photos here.
Fans of the '80s British sitcom Only Fools and Horses will be delighted to know one of the show's starring characters could end up in their garage.
We're talking, of course, about the yellow 1972 Reliant Regal Supervan III used by Derek 'Del Boy' Trotter and his younger brother Rodney.
One of the most famous cars in British TV history, it comes with a roof rack, replica market suitcase, fluffy dice and an inflatable doll in the back.
To see all the details, click here.
It's almost Super Bowl time again, which means we can expect to see the world's biggest car brands battle it out in the marketing stakes, previewing some hotly-anticipated models and enlisting some major celebrity names.
This year, American giant General Motors has not one, but two ads planned to run during the massive sporting event to showcase its luxury Cadillac brand.
One stars comedian Will Ferrell, the other has an Edward Scissorhands theme and both sound equally intriguing. To see more, click here.
It's official: the final Mustang Shelby GT350 has rolled off the assembly line in Michigan, US.
While there's speculation the Mustang could eventually return, for now it's curtains on the GT350.
To learn more about what's in the pipeline for Ford's Mustang brand, click here.
While we don't wish ill on anyone, it's fair to say there was a degree of schadenfreude experienced when the owner of this $150,000 Maserati Levante decided to test its off-road abilities.
Needless to say, the Italian luxury SUV is more suited to sealed roads than the soft sands of Stockton Beach, NSW.