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The transportation photographer realized the new SEAT models in lifestylish motifs. In front of the camera, she had very special models: the Seat Mii by Mango Limited Edition, the Seat Mii FR Line as well as the Seat Mii Connect. The perhaps most stylish cooperation in the automotive world enters the second round. The SEAT Mii by MANGO Limited Edition combines design and paint job with pearl effects and 15’’ high-sheen finish alloy wheels in Velvet with state-of-the-art technology. The new SEAT Mii FR Line and its compact agility paired with a powerful sport chassis turn the city into a dynamic terrain. And the SEAT Mii CONNECT presents itself as a modern car for the city with integrated SAMSUNG smart phone as a practical accessory.
Two campaign motifs were photographed plus several lifestyle photos in Barcelona. Production was in the hands of Madforit (Marta Calheiros). The client was SEAT S.A. with the advertising agency Hello LOLA and the creatives Alejandro Arriagada (CD) and Aldo Ferretto (AD) as well as Giorgio Mugnai in art buying. Post production was done by GoSee member SUBLIME.
15.03.2016 // show complete article
The youngest reigning champion in the history of DTM, Pascal Wehrlein, son of a German father and a Mauritanian mother, will start this coming season for the British team MANOR. The 21-year-old Worndorf resident was a Formula 1 test driver last year – and is considered an exceptional talent behind the wheel. After Vice World Champion Nico Rosberg (Mercedes), Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) and Nico Hülkenberg (Force India), he is the fourth German in Formula 1. The poetic portraits of the young gun were shot by Anke Luckmann.
Pascal Wehrlein on the next step of his career: “Manor Racing is a great place for me to start my Formula 1 racing career – I'm very pleased to be here. It's a small and totally focused team, and I soon hope to know everyone. Though it's my first F1 season, my aim is to help owner Stephen Fitzpatrick and the guys achieve their goals.It will be a tough challenge, but I think we will be able to make some points along the way.”
Manor owner Stephen Fitzpatrick's statement on hiring the young German driver: “Pascal is a sharp driver with a very promising future. Manor Racing is excited to have him aboard. We're a small team up for a big challenge this season, so we've chosen a driver with the talent and hunger to match our own on-track ambitions.”
Pascal Wehrlein is presently under contract with Mercedes-Benz and was recently a test driver of the Mercedes Silver Arrows. By the way: Mercedes is supplying Manor with motors as of this season. Races begin in Melbourne on 20 March. Find out more about Pascal Wehrlein on his website. pascal-wehrlein.de
About - Pascal Wehrlein (born 18 October 1994) is a race car driver with a dual nationality of German and Mauritian currently racing in Formula One for Manor under the German flag. He previously raced in the DTM, winning the title with the Mercedes-Benz team HWA AG in 2015. Born in Sigmaringen to a German father and Mauritian mother, Wehrlein began go-karting in 2003 and raced only in his native Germany for the majority of his career, working his way up from the junior ranks to progress through to the KF2 category by 2009, when he finished at fifth position in the ADAC Kart Masters competition. wikipedia.org//Pascal_Wehrlein
12.02.2016 // show complete article
Anke praises her great team with Julia Obermeier as client, creative and even stylist if need be; Clemens Grosslercher, who transcended the Great Wall, without even having seen it; Marten Rauschenberg, the producer, who knew more about the country, the people, food, and architecture than everybody else; the wonderful assistant, as well as Hero Car including its escorts and security, but also the local team and Jenny Cremer for the fine tuning while retouching the motifs.
The photos and the concept car were presented for the first time at the Auto Guangzhou 2015, one of the largest international auto shows. "The BMW Concept Compact Sedan reveals the potential we see in a compact sedan,” says Adrian van Hooydonk, Senior Vice President BMW Group Design. “It not only gives the driver and passengers generous amounts of space within a compact area but does so while providing the sporting ability you’d expect from BMW and an elegance otherwise only available in large BMW sedans. The quality and intrinsic value of the BMW Concept Compact Sedan are clear signals of our premium intentions for the car."
19.01.2016 // show complete article