Jaguar Reveals Record Consumer Engagement Following Super Bowl Ad
By Community | February 3, 2014
Jaguar North America announced record levels of consumer engagement have been achieved for the growing British luxury brand with the launch of its “British Villains” marketing campaign, led by the broadcast debut of “Rendezvous,” its 60-second cinematic television advertisement that broadcast during the fourth quarter of Super Bowl XLVIII.
The spot launched the campaign, which introduces the Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe and features the campaign’s unique hashtag, #GoodToBeBad. “Rendezvous,” Jaguar’s first Super Bowl TV advertisement, stars Sir Ben Kingsley, Tom Hiddleston and Mark Strong and was filmed by Oscar-winning British director, Tom Hooper, in London.
Since the start of the brand’s British Villains Campaign (Nov. 7) Jaguar’s average daily brand social mentions increased 30 percent. On Sunday, February 2, 2014, Jaguar’s one day brand social mentions spiked 12X to an all-time one day high.
For the duration of the three months, Jaguar had a 47 percent increase in average monthly brand social mentions compared to the previous three months’ average
In only its first five days, Jaguar has 7.5 Million views of “Rendezvous,” making it Jaguar’s highest viewed YouTube video ever. Since campaign launch in November, Jaguar has a 26 percent increase in followers of the JaguarUSA Twitter handle.
“Jaguar is a fast growing luxury brand with an interesting new position as a British challenger brand and a new lineup of dynamic sports cars and sports sedans,” said Jeff Curry Brand Vice President, Jaguar North America.
“Launching the F-TYPE Coupe campaign with a Super Bowl advertisement gave us a huge platform to share our vision of British sophistication and charm to our target audience, and introduce America to the modern Jaguar brand and the all new F-TYPE Coupe. Our record levels of interest this past week are early indicators Jaguar is greatly benefiting from the national exposure and social engagement that comes from participating in the Super Bowl broadcast.”