"Let's go for a drive."
Translation:E holoholo kaʻa kākou.
For everyone asking about "holoholo kaʻa," that's the name of a very famous song that used to be one of the first hulas taught to inexperienced hula students (me included). Check it out at: https://www.huapala.org/Ho/Holoholo_Kaa.htm.
BTW, if you're unfamiliar with Hawaiian music, be forewarned that this song is loaded with "kaona" (hidden meanings). It sounds like it's just a song about a car ride, but it's actually very kolohe!
Mahalo, LANI-NOO-1, for the confirmed definitions of "ka'a." I knew it meant "car," but I couldn't see exactly how that connected with "go for a drive," necessarily. It sort of infers going in a car, but the exercise doesn't state it's necessarily in a CAR, so that's what confused me. I figured "going for a drive" would be a different phrase in Hawaiian!