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?

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.

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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