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This case study describes how car-maker Renault used a dedicated app and branded entertainment to launch its commercial vehicles range in Italy.

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This case study shows how Volkswagen, a car brand, increased sales by shifting its core target from car owners to business leaders in the UK.

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This case study details how Volvo, the automotive manufacturer, launched its new truck range in Brazil.

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This case study demonstrates how Scania, the Swedish manufacturer of commercial vehicles, developed an app to improve the safety of long-distance truck drivers in Russia.

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This article discusses a project that used neuroscientific research to track the effectiveness of Volvo's 'Epic Split', one of the most celebrated ads of recent years.

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This case study describes how Volvo Trucks, one of the largest truck companies in Brazil, created a data-driven marketing campaign to launch its VM range.

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This case study explains how the Ford Ranger, a utility truck model, increased sales against a strong competitor by presenting truck customers differently.

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This case study describes how Swedish company Volvo Trucks set out to maximise awareness of its new range of trucks.

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This event report outlines how Chevrolet, the auto marque, managed to turn a burgeoning social-media crisis into a successful short-term marketing campaign.

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This case study describes how car manufacturer Volkswagen used the closing of the Kombi production line in Brazil to generate sales, earned media and consumer engagement around the world.

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This case study describes how an 'unlaunch' of the Volkswagon Kombi van was used to build brand relevance in Brazil.

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This case study describes how Volvo Trucks used a piece of online video to maximise global interest in the launch of its new FH model, months ahead of its actual availability in local markets.

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This case study describes how Toyota, the automaker, used a real-world live event - the towing of Space Shuttle Endeavour to its new home - to prove the strength and quality of its new Tundra truck model in the US.

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This US campaign aimed to make John Deere, a utility terrain vehicle brand, more relevant in a highly competitive sector via a launch of a new high-performance model.

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The Frontier pick-up truck was one of Nissan's most popular vehicles in Brazil, but was facing increasing competition from rival manufacturers offering more "urbanised" alternatives led by design, interior comfort and technology.

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To crack the New Zealand market, Volkswagen had to break into the ute (pick-up truck) category which accounts for 16% of all car sales.

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US sales of Chevrolet's best-selling Silverado pick-up truck had been falling for several years, hit by a segment-wide decline, a lack of distinctiveness and tight financial contraints on its parent company, GM.

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In the latter part of 2008, Citroën Denmark set out to market fully equipped, ready to use vans to workmen who would normally buy a basic van and furnish it themselves.

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The full size pickup sector is one of the highest volume segments in the Hispanic market. It is also traditionally dominated by domestic brands.

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Toyota's 'The Truck That's Changing It All' campaign aimed to establish the redesigned 2007 Toyota Tundra as the pick-up truck of choice among American truckers.

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The re-launch of the Tundra in Canada in early 2007 aimed to give Toyota a credible entry into the full-sized pickup category.

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This paper demonstrates how between 2003 and 2008 the Toyota Prairie Dealers Association made Toyota’s QDR (Quality, Dependability, Reliability) strategy relevant to Prairie truck buyers - building Toyota’s Truck equity, as opposed to relying on price and promotion.

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Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., was the distributor of Toyota Motor Corp.'s Toyota, Lexus, and Scion brands in the United States.

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In 2004 Nissan North America, the North American subsidiary of Japanese automaker Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., introduced a redesign of its Quest minivan.

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This low-budget campaign for Fiat vans was based on exclusive sponsorship of the Sun's weekly SuperGoals supplement.