Disclaimer: I've always been the guy who doesn't like multi-drivers - cheap substandard plastic screwdrivers with a hollow handle with a whole bunch of soft or brittle or rust-prone metal bits that I lose.
However, 15 or 20 years ago I saw these at Canadian Tire and bought a couple. Still going strong. I don't use them on cars, but keep one in the house and one in tne bike tool bag.
Here it is with all four 'bits' retracted:
Here's the end, hard to read in this photo. It says "DURA-DRIVE" and "MADE IN UK".
Here are all four legs extended, for demonstration only. There's a medium-sized blade, a medium-sized Phillips, a Robertson #1, and a Robertson #2. (May have been manufactured specifically for the Canadian market, with Robertson screws being very popular here.)
Here's the Phillips extended:
Here's how it's held in place while in use:
Ingenious, I wish they were still available, perhaps in sets of three or four with different ends available.