It’s been only couple of months since Nissan launched the new Micra in India, now news came popping that same had been awarded to the winner of Indian Idol Junior Anjana Padmanabhan last night. The glitterati grand finale ceremony of Indian Idol Junior was held at Mumbai’s Film City, where Mr. Nitish Tipnis, Director, Sales & Marketing, Hover Automotive India (Nissan’s national sales company in India) presented the keys to the winner.
Adding his feel to the context of same, Mr. Tipnis said, “Indian Idol Junior and Nissan are a great fit with the show helping us to reach and express our brand to a new, youthful audience. The show has also created an emotional connect with families as the programme involves young kids.”
Further complementing Nissan to that singing competition he said, “Linking Nissan with an energetic, vibrant and original show like Indian Idol Junior compliments our company ideology and brand values too, of always being on the forefront of innovation both in the cars we produce and also how we present and communicate our brand.”
“The show’s popularity is increasing every year, and we are confident the Junior version will prove a great success as the kids challenge themselves to even greater performances in the future,” commented Rohit Gupta, President Sony Entertainment, at the conclusion of Season 1 of Indian Idol Junior last night.
However, Nissan had Japanese engineering running in its blood, which delivers us the cutting-edge technology, distinctive design and a rewarding experience. In India, the line of vehicles offered by Nissan includes compact hatchback Nissan ‘Micra’, mid-sized sedan ‘Sunny’, Nissan Evalia (MPV), luxury sedan Nissan ‘Teana’, SUV Nissan ‘X-Trail’, iconic sports car Nissan ‘370Z’, and finally oomping itself to hit the repertoire soon compact SUV Nissan ’Terrano’.