The campaign showcases the design, performance and control that drivers have in their hands when behind the wheel of an Alfa Romeo
Luxury car brand, Alfa Romeo is launching a new campaign titled “Control” across select broadcast and cable television networks, digital streaming and online video placements. The spot, with a voice-over by actor Alexander Skarsgård, who appeared in the brand’s “Type A” campaign earlier this year, shines a spotlight on both the 2020 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio and Stelvio Quadrifoglio.
“This driver-centred focus, highlighted by the new campaign, is enhanced by Alfa Romeo’s updated cockpits featuring premium appointments, a standard 8.8-inch centre touchscreen display, state-of-the-art connectivity and available level II autonomous driving capability, offering our customers more options, ‘control’ and an exhilarating driving experience.”
The video features choreographed stunts with the Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio, shooting the vehicles with long-exposure video, which creates light trail visuals, showcasing the design, performance and control that drivers have in their hands when behind the wheel of the luxury car brand.
The music in the spot, “Control,” is by Emmit Fenn. The video was created in partnership with GSD&M.
For the 2020 model year, both the Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio received significant interior and technology updates, including enhanced driver touchpoints. Per AutoPacific’s 2020 Vehicle Satisfaction Awards, owners recognised the improvements, elevating the brand’s core models to best-in-class satisfaction scores for Standard Luxury Car (Giulia) and Standard Luxury Crossover SUV (Stelvio).
The Giulia earned top marks for its safety features, infotainment, pricing, front-seat comfort and increased Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) content, whilst the Stelvio received high ratings for its pricing, driver’s seat ingress/egress and exterior size and design. Both models scored best-in-class for handling and fun to drive, hallmarks of the brand’s exhilarating performance and dynamics.