The specialist car title is already licensed in 17 territories and 33 countries across the globe, including Australia, China, France, Turkey and India. evo’s launch in Spain will arguably mark the title out as the largest motoring magazine devoted to performance cars in the world.
LUIKE Iberoamericana de Revistas have been syndication partners with Dennis for many years already.
Ian Bedwell, International Licensing Director for Dennis Publishing said: “We are delighted to have secured this partnership with Luike to publish evo in Spain. It’s a fantastic brand with content that translates well and has a global appeal for motoring enthusiasts, making it the perfect candidate for international licensing. Having already worked with the team at Luike we know that they are the right people to bring this successful brand to the Spanish market.”
Enrique Hernández-Luike, president of the Spanish editorial group added: “We have been publishing magazines in the automotive sector for more than 60 years in Spain, Portugal and Latin-America. Throughout our long history the production of high quality magazines, with the best partners, has always been our main priority. We already have a strong relationship with Dennis and this new launch will further cement that bond.”
The monthly 132 pages magazine will go on sale on 22nd September, priced at €3.50.
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