Looks like the advertising budget has been increased.
I guess I'm not in their target market then. No matter, DL have asked me if I'd care to sample a Ferrari or two.Looks like the advertising budget has been increased.
I can think of worse people to act as a brand ambassador / affiliate.Looks like the advertising budget has been increased.
Ah, “V D” - it has a familiar ring to it.....One of them high end dealers in Colchester told my brother that Victoria Beckham bought a Range Rover from them and wanted the seats customised with the first letter of her name carved in the headrest and the first letter of her husband's name in the passenger headrest.
Jodie Kidd is different as she was a proper petrolhead and had already owned a 4200 prior and spoke highly of it in Top Gear, I think this was before the GS came out.Maybe it's an age thing; somehow a footballer flaunting his tats doesn't have the same appeal:
She probably sold all of two cars though. Beckham is thinking along the right lines but still a mistake probably made by a 50 year old bloke. What he should have done is ask his teenage daughter who should be the face of MaseratiJodie Kidd is different as she was a proper petrolhead and had already owned a 4200 prior and spoke highly of it in Top Gear, I think this was before the GS came out.
She also raced the 4200 and eventually she got into an MC Strad if I’m not mistaken.
I have now watched this twice and have come to the following conclusions.I find advertising very funny. There is not one person on the planet advertising a product or service that would convince me to buy something I wouldn't be buying anyway.
On the flip side someone advertising a product or service that I wasn't a fan of possibly would convince me not to buy it.
I just really don't get advertising and it does annoy me the amount that gets forced into us from all angles constantly.
I think that add will entice a lot more boy racer types to attempt to steal one for the sheer kudos fact , then if they fail to get inside it , they will leave a trail of damage in disappointment .........................yeah good advert for car thieves ............there the type that could only wish to emulate BeckhamI have now watched this twice and have come to the following conclusions.
- I don’t need a Maserati but I may go out and get several neck tattoos.
- Maserati have completely lost the plot by advertising donut “hoon” driving of a stupid, very non-Maserati driver nature.
If Puff Daddy was in it I would be more interested. For a start the guy is a legend music wise and as for his on-screen appearances he is happy to take the **** out of himself.Seems to me they’d have been better employing Puff Diddly, 50pence or M&M with this type of approach