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Anne Curtis named Audi brand ambassador


Anne Curtis will be driving around the county on a Samoa Orange Q3.

Premium automotive manufacturer Audi has officially announced actress Anne Curtis as newest brand ambassador for the Philippines. The street-smart and gregarious Curtis will now be heavily involved in the launch of Audi’s latest compact SUV model, the Q3.

In fact, she will be driving around the county on a Samoa Orange Q3 to promote the model as well as the rest of Audi Philippines’ formidable lineup of luxury and high-performance rides.

“I am extremely thrilled to be the ambassador for the Audi Q3. It is such an amazing car to drive! Fun, comfort and safety at its best!” said the 27-year-old half-Filipino and half-Australian.

With the success of the Q7 and Q5 models, it was almost inevitable that Audi would introduce a smaller model to the Q range. Curtis would certainly find the Q3 strong and refined. She’ll definitely appreciate the comfortable ride, clever technologies and ultra-posh interior.

According to Audi Philippines Sales director Lito Jose, Curtis is the perfect brand ambassador for Audi and the Q3. “She is talented, down-to-earth, sophisticated and has proven to be the best in the industry,” he said of the Kapamilya (ABS-CBN) talent, who has proven her worth as an actress (won three major acting awards), a concert artist, TV host and product endorser.

Curtis joins the ranks of other renowned Audi Ambassadors worldwide such as Hollywood personalities Naomi Watts and Hugh Jackman for Audi Australia, swimmer and Olympic gold medalist Cameron van der Burgh for Audi South Africa, actor Hu Jung Woo and pop star Choi Siwon of Audi Korea, as well as global ambassadors actor Andy Lau and star pianist Lang Lang.

The Audi Ambassador program aims to link the premium automaker with successful individuals who share the brand’s core values of being sporty, progressive and sophisticated—and truly Anne Curtis is nothing short of what Audi stands for.

For information on the available Audi models in the Philippines, visit any of the Audi showrooms in Greenhills, Alabang and Global City or contact 7270381 to 85.

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  • Oso

    From a marketing perspective, Audi seems to have made a made a poor choice here. No offense to Anne Curtis who is of course very successful in her field but she has been endorsing low end products like Cherry Mobile, SM Condos, Greenwich Pizza, Argentina Corned Beef, Ginebra San Miguel etc. She might not provide much to Audi as a brand ambassador.

  • Vertumnus

    Hate the orange color but Anne is very pretty!

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