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Toyota Aygo X Urges Us to Drive Tall in New Campaign

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The&Partnership film sees the launch of Toyota's most compact SUV yet

Toyota Aygo X Urges Us to Drive Tall in New Campaign

The all-new Toyota Aygo X is a first of its kind. Super-compact, similar in length to the previous generation Aygo, but with a unique crossover body that makes it taller - putting its drivers at eye-level with everyone else on the road. It’s the perfect compact SUV for navigating the modern urban landscape, with all the agility and confidence city drivers want.

To launch this innovative car, Toyota needed to make its young, trendy, digitally native target audience aware of just how revolutionary and unique the Aygo X is. Toyota's research showed that these drivers, despite their youth, see themselves as anyone’s equal and never back away from looking others straight in the eye.

So Toytota urged them to DRIVE TALL – by celebrating the taller, bolder attitude that Aygo X shares with them. It embraced the higher driving position and bold SUV look of the model to show how it can handle any city situation without breaking a sweat.

The&Partnership executed the campaign across digital video, social (including immersive formats such as Facebook’s Instant Experience), TV, print, OOH and digital OOH.

The campaign is running across nine European markets (UK, Italy, Germany, Spain, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, France and Poland) from April 2022 onwards.

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Genres: People

Categories: Automotive, Cars

The&Partnership, Thu, 07 Apr 2022 11:05:28 GMT