February 26, 2008
Source: Audi of America
- Audi sponsors private pre and post show events with Miramax Films
- Audi has presence exclusive events leading up Hollywoods biggest night
Los Angeles, CA There was another star in town Oscar week as Audi of America took center stage at some of the industrys most high-profile events. With all eyes on Hollywood, nominees and winners alike were chauffeured through the Audi VIP fleet of more than 55 exclusively equipped A8L W12s and Audi Q7s. Audi also had the honor of sponsoring two private Miramax Films events celebrating the studios multiple nominations, as well as presence at events including the Costume Designers Guild Awards, Paramount Vantage Party, Fox Searchlight Party, Independent Spirit Awards and AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) 7th annual The Envelope Please Oscar Viewing Party.
Complimenting the VIP fleet of vehicles in Los Angeles, Audi placed regional ad buys in markets including Los Angeles, New York, and Miami during the Oscar telecast. Running the popular Super Bowl ad that was inspired by the Oscar-winning film The Godfather, it was the first time the commercial had been seen on television since its premiere. Viewers also saw the debut of the commercial for the all-new A5 coupe, solidifying Audi’s aggressive stance within the luxury market.
Some of Hollywood biggest stars selected Audi as their preferred mode of transportation for Oscar week including Penelope Cruz, Robert Downey, Jr., Sienna Miller, Vanessa Hudgens, Zac Efron, Allison Janney, Joel Coen, Javier Bardem, Josh Brolin, Josh Hartnett, Diane Lane, Ellen Page, Ethan Coen, Felicity Huffman, Ben Affleck, Daniel Day Lewis, Demi Moore, Casey Affleck, Helen Mirren, Hilary Swank, Christian Bale, Christina Applegate, Amy Ryan, Angelica Huston, Colin Firth, Diablo Cody, Frances McDormand, Geena Davis, Ginnifer Goodwin, Hal Holbrook, Jane Kaczmarek, Jason Reitman, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Kristin Chenoweth, Laura Linney, Matt Dillon, Mira Sorvino, and more.
Access Hollywoods Maria Menounos spent Oscar week in a one-of-a-kind TDI Audi Q7. With 30% more fuel efficiency, the vehicle will not go into worldwide production until November of this year.
About Audi of America
Audis history in America dates to 1969, when the brand was first introduced to the U.S. market. Today, a network of more than 260 Audi dealers currently offers a line of premium vehicles that include the Audi A3 compact; the sporty A4 sedan, Avant and Cabriolet models; the high performance S4 sedan, Avant and Cabriolet models; the high-revving RS 4 sports sedan and Cabriolet (November 2007 launch); the all-new S5 coupe (November 2007 launch) with 354 hp; the design-leading A6 sedan and Avant; the V10-powered high performance S6 sedan; the Audi Q7 performance SUV; the new all-aluminum Audi A8; the new S8 with V10 power; the all-new 2008 TT Coupe and Roadster models; and the all-new all-aluminum R8, one of the most exclusive sports cars in the world.