Vauxhall Corsa 'joyride' by Delaney Lund Knox Warren

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The hyperactive cast of stuffed toys are back in Vauxhall's new campaign for the Corsa marque.

The 30-second TV ad, created by Delaney Lund Knox Warren & Partners, focuses on the lengths the pint-sized characters will go to for the car.

It features one of the characters having his car stolen and then rounding up his fellow puppets with the campaign's signature rallying cry "c'mon".

The ad ends with the car's owner, 'Red', dropping his pants in front of the car to stop the thief getting away.


 


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Released: 19 June 2007

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Credits

Client
Vauxhall
Creative agency
DLKW
Copywriter
Jon Elsom
Art director
Keith Terry
Planner
Ed Warren/Dan Shute
Media planner
Helen Adcock
Production company
Outsider
Director
Dom & Nic
Editor
Struan Clay, Final Cut
Post-production
Framestore
Audio post-production
Grand Central

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