Hyundai Tucson Launches Cutesy New SUV Campaign Via Innocean

Hyundai Tucson Launches Cutesy New SUV Campaign Via Innocean

Hyundai has unveiled its latest campaign: ‘Made For It. Even If You’re Not’.

Created by Innocean Australia, the national campaign highlights the many reliable capabilities of the Tucson.

Innocean creative Chris Wilson said: “People don’t really test their SUVs in the wild.

“There are way more SUVs in the Bondi Junction Westfield carpark than there are in the bush.”

Adds creative Roy Leibowitz: “That’s why the couple in our spot are a bit like us, more comfortable pitching an idea about a tent than actually pitching a tent”.

Hyundai Australia director of marketing, Bill Thomas, said: “A lot of people who buy SUVs live in the city, but love the option to go off-road occasionally.

“Our campaign shows the Tucson being put through its paces and makes you think – if it’s tough enough to handle the country it can certainly look after you in the city”.

Launched this month, the campaign runs across broadcast, print, digital, cinema and point of sale.

Campaign Credits:
Client: Hyundai Motor Company Australia
Director of Marketing: Bill Thomas
GM, Marketing Comms: Andrew Knox
Product Marketing Manager: Helen Gilmartin
Marketing Specialist: Lisa Yau
Creative Agency: Innocean Australia
Executive Creative Director: Steve Jackson
Creative Director: Dan O’Connell
Creative Team: Chris Wilson & Roy Leibowitz
Group Account Director: Philip Sherar
Planning Director: Damian Damjanovski
Account Director: Vincent Pled
Producer: Craig Sloane
Production Company: Goodoil Films
Director: Fiona McGee
Producer: Claire Richards
Executive Producer: Sam Long
DOP: Shelly Farthing-Dawe
Editor: Mark Burnett @ The Editors
Post Production & VFX: Fin Design
VFX Supervisor: Stuart White
Lead Compositor: Drew Downes
VFX Producer: Emily Newbould
Colourist: Andrew Clarkson
Production Design: Shane Bennett
Sound Design: Simon Lister @ Nylon Studios
Music: Lemonheads ‘Outdoor Type’

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