Hakuhodo Percept executes latest campaign for Maruti Suzuki’s Baleno RS

08 Mar,2017

By A Correspondent


Maruti Suzuki has launched the Baleno RS -a more powerful and sportier variant to the Baleno Premium Hatchback. To herald its arrival, Hakuhodo Percept has rolled out a spirited and high-powered, 360-degree marketing campaign.


As part of the campaign, Hakuhodo Percept has created an action-packed television commercial, which showcases the magnificence of the Baleno RS. Shot attdry lakebed of Sambhar Lake in Rajasthan, the TVC features a Red Baleno RS stirring up storm in full throttle, creating an intense visual spectacle reminiscent of a desert car rally. The action sequences of the car have been choreographed with quick driving shots, interspersed with the car making sharp turns, to highlight both its speed and precise handling. Adding to the impact of this ride of intensity in the TVC is dramatic sound, which works flawlessly in tandem with the visual narrative, leaving the viewer with an exhilarating feeling, similar to the experience of driving the Baleno RS.


Speaking on the campaign, Sabuj Sengupta, NCD, Hakuhodo Percept, said, “Made of Speed expresses straight up what the Baleno RS has to offer. The high action and adrenaline-pumping sequences in the Baleno RS commercial are a perfect introduction to this more powerful and sportier variant. In fact, it complements the BoosterJet Engine campaign which created the build up to the much-anticipated car.”


Also, commenting on the campaign, Vinay Pant of Maruti Suzuki, AVP, Marketing, said, “With the path-breaking 1.0 litre Boosterjet Maruti Suzuki marks its entry in the high performance segment. The 1.0 litreBoosterjet Direct Injection Turbo engine delivers outstanding power, which is 20 per cent more, than a conventional engine. At the same time, torque is over a wide range of RPM and 30 per cent higher than the 1.2 litre traditional petrol engine. Baleno RS is for the performance enthusiasts who are seeking more power; throttle response and excitement in their day-to-day driving.”


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