Vauxhall Motors has launched a new accessory for Corsa drivers hounded for owning one of the UK’s best loved small cars. The ‘Corsa Camo-net’ will be available to use across the season’s must-have colours – Flaming Yellow, Flame Red, Lime Green and Chilli Orange – and will hide both Corsa 3 and 4-door models.
The essential accessory has been designed specifically for use near National Trust premises and chocolate box Cotswold villages. Quick and easy to operate, the ‘Corsa Camo-net’ will fold up easily into a back-pack or the boot of a vehicle, so ideal for use in the countryside by ramblers and tourists who want to park close to their destination.
Andy Robson, Aftersales Director, Vauxhall Motors, warned; “We advise drivers to always remove the ‘Corsa Camo-net’ prior to driving the car, to avoid being a hazard to other drivers. We’re looking to extend the range across other carlines depending on demand. Drivers can locate their vehicle using their remote fob to operate the lights.”
Pamela Meegan, a Vauxhall Corsa driver from the picturesque town of Luton said, “I love the ‘Corsa Camo-net’, I will use it every day to keep my neighbours at bay. I believe they suffer from a deep-rooted jealousy as my new Corsa looks great from every angle. It’s sporty, sharp and dynamic with real attitude.”
Development of the new accessory from Vauxhall Motors was prompted after tourists visiting the picturesque village of Bibury in Gloucestershire complained that a yellow Vauxhall Corsa ‘ruined’ the view and photographs of the Cotswold village. The photo-bombed pictures picked on local-resident 82-year old, Peter Maddow who uses the car for grocery shopping in the nearby village. Peter Maddow will be receiving a ‘Corsa Camo-net’, free-of-charge from Vauxhall Motors.
Vauxhall Motors recently launched its bold all-new Corsa campaign. The ‘A to Z of Corsa’, is an affectionate nod and rebellious take on the Vauxhall Corsa, which has sold over 1.8 million vehicles in its 22 years on the road.
The ‘A to Z of Corsa’ accelerates viewers through a whirlwind of alphabetic themed scenes. Illustrating everyday British life and driving scenarios from boxers, cricket and dogs, to quiffs, roundabouts, snogging and tea, the ad follows people through their own personal road trips. The soundtrack, ‘There’s a beast and we all feed it’, by Jake Bugg is used across the campaign.