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Citroën ë-C3: Eat The Rich

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Citroen takes aim at the elite in revolutionary-themed campaign for the new e-C3. For too long, electric cars have been the exclusive domain of the ultra-wealthy or the eco-virtuous, priced far beyond the reach of ordinary people. But now, Citroen is breaking down barriers with the introduction of the e-C3.The e-C3 is set to revolutionize the electric vehicle market, making all-electric mobility accessible to everyone. The paradigm is about to shift, hard.

In a whimsical, epic campaign directed by iconic director Fredrik Bond, a daring group of rebels crashes an ultra-lavish garden party to seize a fleet of e-C3s from a crowd of wig-wearing, cake-eating elites. Against the backdrop of David Bowie's "Suffragette City," the rebels navigate a series of absurd security measures - polo players, a barrage of golf balls, and a haphazardly tossed tennis net - as the elites desperately try to keep electric cars out of the hands of the masses.

This latest campaign continues Citroen’s rich tradition of creating iconic and culturally charged campaigns. From the avant-garde CX campaign with Jean-Paul Goude and Grace Jones or lighting up the Eiffel tower, Citroen has always seeked to capture the public imagination. The e-C3 campaign is a proud addition to this legacy.

Accompanying the 80 second film is a series of equally comical :15 second product videos in which rebels hogtie, chase, and poke fun at the elites with the help of their fully-equipped e-C3s; whilst calling out many of the cars standout features including best-in-class comfort, a first for the city car segment and the fact it’s made in Europe, without any compromise on design, comfort or technology. The campaign will also include print, radio, and a full social media orchestration.

The campaign was conceived by BETC Paris and produced by La Pac in partnership with Stink Paris.
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