- Nigerian automobile manufacturer, Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing has started production of its brand new tricycles for the Nigerian market
- The tricycles are produced in Anambra state by the founder of the company, Chief Innocent Chukwuma Nwala
- This joins lineup of vehicles from the company’s stable, including Connect, Caris, G20 Smart, Ikenga, G40 and G80
Nigerian indigenous car maker, Innoson Vehicles Manufacturing (IVM) has rolled out brand new tricycles for the Nigerian market.
The 5-seater IVM-branded tricycles popularly known as ‘Keke Marwa’ joins lineup of vehicles from the company’s stable, including Connect, Caris, G20 Smart, Ikenga, G40 and G80.
Pictures of the tricycles which were produced in Anambra state were shared on a Facebook page, ‘For The Love of Anambra’ with the caption, “Just in: Innoson rolls out IVM keke
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