Yes. You can now physically own a part of Zerotohundred.com! We’ve launched our virgin issue just yesterday and I’m excited to share this joy with you. You’d be pleased to know it’ll be available at all major newsstands and bookstores so it shouldn’t be too hard to spot!
Just to bring you up to speed and to keep our loyal members in the loop, this new Zerotohundred Magazine is a 132 paged, independent, bimonthly magazine that is licensed to and published by Proto Malaysia, the outfits behind Motor Trader, Malaysia’s largest and most popular car classifieds magazine.
I’d also like assure on behalf of us and Proto Malaysia the magazine will be improved in the coming issues and I hope you’ll enjoy flipping through an actual Zerotohundred magazine.
And here are my first words that I’ve penned for my column in the magazine:
It’s hard to believe it’s been 13 years since Zerotohundred.com first came online, and in an era where the internet was to dial for, where wi-fi is a typo for hi-fi and facebook was just a book.
Speaking of books, so, why a magazine after over a decade of being online? Honestly, we’ve never imagined Zerotohundred.com in printed form, a version one can now truly own. Much thanks to Proto Malaysia, the people behind Motor Trader Magazine for initiating this transition to license the Zerotohundred brand and content under their range of already successful titles.
Just in case you don’t already know, Zerotohundred.com was established in June 2000, and is THE online car enthusiasts website powered by over 150,000 members and clocks in at over 350,000 visitors monthly through daily automotive content, community and classifieds. What’s our specialty? We’re most interested in the dark side of cars, the drive, car personalization, tuning and stance.
It is a surreal experience for all of us at Zerotohundred.com, mortalizing ourselves into something now tangible. This wouldn’t have been possible if not for the support of each and every member and the friends we have gathered throughout the years. I’d like to personally thank each and everyone of you.
One thing’s for sure, in the last decade of embracing the love for burning petrol, we’re certainly becoming less environmentally friendly now!