Celebrity Endorsement - When Will We Have Celebrity Cars?

Elizabeth Taylor helped build a $1 Billion perfume business before she died. WeLoveAnyCar.com suggests 10 celebrity car models to car manufacturers to help attract motorists who are bored with car advertising and hard to switch to their brands.

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(PRWEB UK) 31 January 2014

Elizabeth Taylor's 'White Diamond' Perfume gave a boost to the fragrance industry to the tune of $1 billion dollars and transformed the market forever.

Now, with car manufacturers finding it hard to get the attention of car buyers, WeLoveAnyCar.com asks - "could it be time to introduce celebrity cars?" - and suggests 10 'tongue in cheek' car brands.

Top 10 Celebrity Car Brands

Lady Gaga - 'Gaga GoGo' - advanced 4x4 sports utility
Steven Spielberg - 'Jaws Wagon' - very large pickup truck    
Justin Bieber - 'Bieber Bug' - small, cheap car
One Direction - 'Directioner' - sat nav assisted super mini
Dame Judi Dench - 'Dame Ler' - luxury well appointed saloon
Elton John - 'Rocket' - flash, fast, appeal to older drivers
Simon Cowell - 'X Car' - very popular, mass market crowd pleaser
Gwyneth Paltrow - 'The Palt-Eco' - electric powered city car
Brad Pitt - 'Pitt Bus' - Large, well styled, MPV, great for big families
Oprah Winfrey - 'The Winfrey Bago' - top price motor home    

Victoria Beckham was reported by the Daily Mail as having styled the Land-Rover Evoque. It is thought this collaboration would appeal to brand conscious Chinese buyers. This move is bound to be watched carefully by the World's major car brands who will adopt any successful formula to sell more cars.

WeLoveAnyCar.com spokesman, the UK's biggest car review site with 108,800 car reviews, said, "Today there are few 'bad' cars, just different cars that suit different people. Although we've had some fun thinking of potential cars, it can't be long before more manufacturers ask celebrities - who appeal to a particular target market - to get involved in the styling and presentation of a car rather than just endorse it."

Elizabeth Taylor became even richer, as did the perfume company, by becoming involved intimately in the product and the promotion based on her brand and her image. Today the perfume industry has much higher sales and over 25% of all perfume sold is the product of a celebrity collaboration.

The WeLoveAnyCar.com Facebook page is open for suggestions on celebrity inspired car models and brands.