This Is Hollywood, After All
Lights. Camera. Cars? While automakers may talk about product, product, product, you can’t escape the Hollywood influence at the L.A. Auto Show, as was apparent at multiple news conferences.
Mazda’s news conference seemed a reprise of Dodge’s. Reporters sat on theater seats and were offered concession stand snacks of popcorn, candy and drinks served in capped cups with straws. The movie theme was used to introduce the RX-8 X-Men Car, which will be featured in X2, the upcoming sequel to X-Men. The movie’s director, Bryan Singer, was driven onstage and interacted with Charlie Hughes, President, Mazda North America. The X-Men Car is painted “Mutant Blue” and includes an X-shaped grille and an enlarged “X” on the nameplate.
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