Deepika Padukone is Hyundai India’s new Brand Ambassador
The company believes the collaboration will elevate its brand presence.
Hyundai Motor India (HMIL) today announced that it has onboarded Bollywood and Hollywood star Deepika Padukone as its brand ambassador.
Welcoming Deepika Padukone to the HMIL family, Tarun Garg, COO of Hyundai Motor India Ltd. said, "We are thrilled to onboard the incredibly talented, Global Indian icon Deepika Padukone as our brand ambassador. Her spirit mirrors the essence of Hyundai Motor India, where innovation meets passion. We believe this collaboration will elevate our brand presence and create a profound connection with the energetic and forward-thinking audience we aim to reach. Together with Deepika, we look forward to accelerating towards new horizons."
Deepika Padukone commented “I am absolutely delighted to join forces with Hyundai, an iconic name synonymous with innovation and excellence in the automotive industry. It's an honour to be associated with a brand that has a rich legacy of crafting vehicles that have not only stood the test of time but have also set benchmarks for performance and style. What is even more thrilling is Hyundai's commitment to inclusivity within the automotive industry that has been male dominated for centuries. I am certain that together we will drive towards new horizons and foster a community that celebrates every individual, making the automotive experience inclusive and accessible for all.”
Recognised by Time magazine among the world's top 100 Influential people, Deepika's profound connection with the Indian audience mirrors Hyundai's commitment to its customers, the company shared.
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