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Kinetic India creates OOH solutions to welcome Ford Mustang in India

29-August-2016
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Kinetic India creates OOH solutions to welcome Ford Mustang in India

Kinetic India has created innovative OOH campaign to introduce Ford Mustang in India.

To capture imagination and create intrigue the audience ahead of the car’s introduction, Kinetic worked on creating an immersive, sensory experience at two of the country’s busiest airports - Delhi and Mumbai.

In the first out of home (OOH) solution, Kinetic laid out the red carpets for customers arriving at the Delhi and Mumbai airports which were equipped with motion sensing technology and connected to a life-sized billboard. To grip an onlooker’s attention, a passerby who stepped on the carpet was welcomed with a gush of air and an evocative growl that the Ford Mustang is identified with. The billboard on the side played interesting visuals of the Ford Mustang and by the time a walker was off the carpet it switched to an enticing line - ‘The legend makes its way’ – with smoke coming off from either sides.

Kaushik Prasad, General Manager, Consumer Marketing, Ford India said, “Ford Mustang stands for freedom of expression and embodies the passion and fun-of-driving inherent in all Ford vehicles. The arrival of Ford Mustang in India needed to stand-out and leave a lasting impression on everyone who experienced our touch-points. We wanted create an experience that personifies all that this iconic car stands for by innovatively demonstrating its fun-of-driving, legendary engine growl and raw power.”

The second OOH display was strategically placed at the high traffic Delhi-Noida Expressway to attract significant eyeballs. The hoarding featured the side profile of the Ford Mustang, depicting a high-intensity drift to demonstrate power and a furiously rotating rear tyre emitting continuous smoke.  

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