Motoring Nigeria recently released the second issue of its car magazine Carvolution. This comes after the first edition launched earlier in the year which had 9000 downloads.

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According to the Public Relations Officer of Motoring Nigeria, Napoleon Chukwuoma, this second issue of the magazine is an improvement on the first issue as it contains richer content targeted at bringing to light, the important issues in the Nigerian car and motorsport industry through engaging articles crafted by some of the best automotive writers in the country.

He said “ Carvolution Magazine for some may be defined as the start of something new, a trend that’s just taking off in the federation, a ship that’s just about to sail, a story that’s just begun or a promise of what’s to come”.

“At MotoringNigeria, we beg to differ, we have sailed across hostile waters, where we have emerged not only as trend setters, pace setters or trail blazers, we have also set the benchmark for the documentation of automotive excellence in Nigeria, and with this kind of status comes a new set of objectives, like the need to wow our readers by improving on our service delivery and not resting on our laurels. That’s what you do when you make yourself your major competition. This is one reason why we are back again, with more turbo charged reviews, events and car culture on demand. In short, we are back with a bang”!

So, be the first to download and share your free copy of  the December 2016 issue of Nigeria’s finest and most innovative car magazine-  Carvolution (16.12)

Click the link below to download Carvolution 16.12

What do you sincerely think about this creativity and innovation? Drop your comments below.


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  1. I think you should do a piece on Innoson motors and why he has not a brand in Nigeria like ford was/is in the states. I mean he rolls out decent rides and gets little recognition from government . Now am not trying to be tribalistic but get this, this company can be a fortune 500 company, generate employment to millions of people and could kickstart an economic, scientific, and mechanical revolution in Africa. But what does the government do? They fight corruption.

    1. Noted Chuka, will look into the request and revert appropriately. I strongly believe there are other similar companies doing wonderful works but yet to be swept out of the carpet. Our eyes are on the ground, fishing them out, telling their story and celebrating them. The world must hear about genuine creativity!
      Thanks once more for this bro.

  2. Good to know it’s happening now. But I must say to you Precious that it’s long overdue, automobile industry is one area the FG has not looked into so well. A lot of revenue can be generated from it.

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