To celebrate its growing Facebook audience, Porsche has unveiled a special 911 Carrera 4S that was created based on the votes curated from its…
Luxury sports car maker, Aston Martin, has sat atop the CoolBrands index since 2010, outdoing the likes of Apple, Rolex, Harley Davidson and Nike, but in this 50th anniversary of the James Bond films, the brand which made Britain’s most revered MI6 agent has dropped behind Apple and YouTube, into a lowly third place.
To promote the new 2013 Kia Soul, those music-loving hamsters return in the third of the brand’s chart-topping series of viral videos.
‘Bringing Down the House’ is set to the Axwell Radio Edit of ‘In My Mind’, by Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl featuring Georgi Kay, and takes the 21st century’s dance music hamsters back in time to a stuffy 18th century opera house.
I’ve been an outspoken critic of brands who boast about the size of their fan base. Of course, it’s an understandable temptation, especially if you allow yourself to be influenced by the vernacular of a Facebook ‘Like’. But what use is a follower, if they don’t then engage with a brand in a way that translates into commercial value?
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BMW is back in Hollywood with a starring role in Tom Cruise’s new Mission Impossible film “Ghost Protocol”, using a 6 Series Convertible and the new electric hybrid supercar BMW i8 to champion the Munich brand.
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The place – last week’s Bettega Memorial Rallysprint in Bologna, Italy. The driver – Petter Solberg, 2003 WRC champion as he performed a parade lap for the crowd. But it looks like he got a little carried away with the moment and decided to demonstrate his stunt driving skills too..
We’re glad he came away from this incident unhurt, so let’s hope we see Petter back ‘inside’ a WRC car in the near future.