Innoson Motors launches tricycle ambulance for quick emergency response


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.Innoson Motors is set to change the auto industry and has unveiled its tricycle ambulance for quick emergency response. Do you think this can help? Read how people reacts as well!

Nigerian auto manufacturing company, Innoson Motors, is currently enjoying massive publicity on various digital platforms. From presenting a brand new SUV to 2019 BBN winner to getting a new logo designed by Osuolale Farouq, the indigenous automaker has gained more popularity.

It appears Innoson has taken advantage of the publicity wave to unveil its new tricycle ambulance built for quick emergency response.


The new tricycle ambulance was built for quick emergency responses


The tricycle ambulance is equipped with comfortable seats 

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Reports reaching Naijauto say the automaker took to its Twitter handle to release the pictures of the latest tricycle ambulance, which was designed to provide a quick response in times of emergency.

Innoson's latest innovation received a lot of commendation and support from Nigerians, who saw the need to be patriotic to one of their own that’s set to change the country through the auto industry. However, it seems some are not very open-minded on the Keke ambulance design. See people reactions in online forums!


Most comments express their pride in the Nigerian auto maker


The hateful post has got just clapbacks

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Jane Osuagwu is an automotive writer at She's a car enthusiast who loves creating educative and informative topics on cars, ranging from maintenance tips to updates on the latest trend in the auto industry in concise and friendly writing. 

Jane is also a blogger and loves reading, inspiring people and getting involved in personal development projects.

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