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Mitsubishi: 5 World Records in 24 Hours

Mitsubishi makes a mess of the record book

Published on Feb 09, 2011

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Mitsubishi and 180 L.A. put the Oulander to the test in (shudder) Alberta Canada in an attempt to bust some auto-oriented Guinness World Records.

To demonstrate the handling abilities of the vehicle, the agency aimed for, and broke five records: Greatest distance driven by a vehicle in reverse on snow in 30 seconds; shortest braking distance by a vehicle on ice; most vehicle figure eights on ice in two minutes; fastest vehicle slalom relay on ice; and fastest driven square lap. The car was driven by stuntman Garvin Cross.

The campaign includes spots and digital and social media efforts driving viewers to Mitsubishi's world records page.

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Credits

Date
Feb 09, 2011
Agency:
180 LA
Client:
Mitsubishi
Executive Creative Director:
William Gelner
Creative Director:
Gavin Milner
Creative Director:
Grant Holland
Copywriter:
Ben Bliss
Art Director:
Rob McQueen
Executive Producer/Managing Partner:
Peter Cline
Producer:
Dave Stephenson
Production Company:
Boxer Films
Director/DP:
Jordan Valenti
Executive Producer:
John Clark
Executive Producer:
Beth George
Head of Production:
John Quinn
Production Designer:
Greg Loewen
Stylist:
Christine Thomson
Casting Director:
Rhonda Fisekci
Editorial Company:
Beast
Editor:
Igor Kovalik
Assistant Editor:
Seema Naik
Executive Producer:
Valerie Petrusson
Producer:
Joanna Hall
Colorist:
Stefan Sonnenfeld
Transfer Facility:
CO3
Online/VFX:
Method
Flame Artist:
Pete Mayor
Executive Producer:
Robert Owens
Producer:
Ananda Reavis
Recording Studio:
Eleven Sound
Mixer:
Jeff Payne
Assistant Mixer:
Ben Freer
Executive Producer:
DJ Fox-Engstrom
Music Company:
Extreme Music
Composer:
Nick Phoenix

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