Dec 14, 2006

Honda unveils new CR-V model in Thailand

Honda has chosen Thailand as the first Asian country outside of its home market to introduce its new CR-V sports-utility model, with an advertising push by Ogilvy & Mather.

The Japanese carmaker awarded Ogilvy the US$1.5 million launch project for the new version of the CR-V after a pitch with Dentsu.

The campaign introduces the marque as a four-wheel drive vehicle that offers a comfortable city ride, with the line 'Redesign your life'. TV will be used with print, outdoor, radio and showroom activity. Aimed at 25- to 35-year-old first-jobbers, the ads roll out this month.

Thailand is one of the first countries...

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