In Pictures: Nissan hires Chillisauce for launch event

Chillisauce has been hired by Nissan to produce the launch event for its Nissan Charged Tour, and we have the pictures.

Nissan hires Chillisauce for launch event
Nissan hires Chillisauce for launch event

Around 60 Members of the UK motoring media and local and national papers were invited to drive the new Micra, as well other models in the range, with 30 Nissan dealers.

Models included the GT-R, the new turbo charged Juke Dig-T and the electrically charged Leaf.

Delegates viewed presentations on iPads and took part in 'brain training' games.

Nissan communications director Tom Barnard said: "The event was very well received. The journalists like the fact it was done a little differently and we got our messages across about the cars and our innovations. We’re looking forward to seeing the coverage in the coming weeks."

"We have really enjoyed this tour, again the combination of some great ideas and slick delivery have made this a popular event for the press to attend and enhanced the value for Nissan," he added. 

For pictures from the Nissan Charged Tour by Chillisauce, click here.

 


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