evo joins Instagram - follow us at ‘officialevomagazine’ for behind the scenes, pictures and videos

There's now an even better way to follow evo's day-to-day activities...

It’s taken us a while, but evo is finally on Instagram. That’s right – we’re now posting pictures to the world’s fifth biggest social network.

Why should you care?

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Well, evo is respected the world over for its photography, and while Instagram doesn’t quite allow glorious widescreen vistas like the magazine does, or even our recently-refreshed website, it’s a great way to see what we’re getting up to on a daily basis.

All evo’s editors, writers and photographers have access to the Instagram feed, which allows us to cover a wide range of activities. With the Geneva motor show fast approaching, now is the time to follow – since we’ll have a team of people on the ground in Geneva covering all the latest launches.

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And we can guarantee our Instagram page will be almost completely free of cat memes and peoples’ lunches.

So if you like cars, you’re interested to see behind-the-scenes pictures and video, or simply want a better look at what Team evo gets up to on a daily basis, follow us on Instagram at officialevomagazine.


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