You are correct, I remember the conversation on that strand. I suggest the next time you come across this go ahead and report it. The explanation given at that time (fairly sure it was f. formica) was that it was perfectly acceptable for the pronoun to follow because that is the case where someone is trying to say that it is 'explictly us' driving tomorrow and not others; .. to put emphasis on the 'us'.
"Guidio io" is not correct. First of all is guido is the right conjugation, and like in english italian follows the same pattern -> subject (not necessary in italian) - verb -complement
so io guido or guido.
Noi guidiamo or guidiamo.
About guidiamo noi and guido io! It's right somehow but only if you really want to do that thing...i guess the right equivalent in english is "do"
Guido io! I do drive!
Guidiamo noi! We do drive!
Condurre is the equivalent of to conduct, to drive something in a certain direction, that's why.
We conduct the truck on the road. (Noi) conduciamo il camion sulla strada.