“L’Opinion” hits the ground running

“L’Opinion” hits the ground running
“L’Opinion” hits the ground running
The automotive sector occupies an increasingly important place in the daily lives of our readers, not only as a means of transport, but also as an industry employing hundreds of thousands of Moroccans. Over the last few years, our newspaper has devoted numerous articles, analyses, and files to automobiles and everything that revolves around them.

At “L’Opinion”, we very early on chose to support the sector, moving away from traditional commercial treatment (new models, new offers, etc.) to talk about the future, trends and innovation. It is no coincidence that NamX, the hydrogen car Made in Morocco, chose our columns to exclusively announce its new model, based on a revolutionary engine and an improved design.

In a constant effort to stay in tune with the interests of our readers, it seemed natural to us to launch a category dedicated to automobiles. It’s now done, with our new automobile section, which you will discover in this edition. By devoting a few pages to the automobile every week, we want to create a platform for discussion, exchange and analysis for this sector.

The team in charge of this new section will be keen to address all aspects relating to this area, from industry, equipment manufacturers, technology, perspectives, to road safety, well-being users and environmental considerations. This will be done through analytical articles, interviews and essays.

All this with the aim of broadening access to this sector, not only for enthusiasts of two and four wheels, but also for the curious, as well as for all those who wish to understand the challenges and advances of the automobile industry (electric vehicle, hydrogen vehicle, autonomous car, etc.). We wish you a pleasant reading and hope that our articles, imbued with the enthusiasm of our auto journalists, will captivate you.

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