Have you ever thought about what mobility will look like 700 years from now? Well, the brand we proudly represent has and it’s giving people the chance to see its interpretation of the future in two custom ads and a featurette.
In anticipation of the release of “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets” later this month, the Lexus brand created two advertisements and a featurette that provide an in-depth look at the SKYJET. The automaker designed the SKYJET in partnership with the film studio, EuropaCorp. The SKYJET is a one-seat pursuit aircraft that will be featured in the film, “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” which is due in theaters on July 21, 2017.
Everyone at our Lexus dealership near Amelia Island, FL is excited to see the upcoming fantasy film, which is based on the French comic series, “Valerian and Laureline.” The SKYJET will be operated by the movie’s main character, Valerian, who is portrayed by Dane DeHaan.
In the Lexus brand’s ads and featurette, fans will enjoy a close look at the SKYJET, which shows off some of the automaker’s signature design touches with a futuristic twist. The featurette will take viewers on a journey that explains how the SKYJET was created and includes footage from behind the scenes and interviews with DeHaan, the movie’s producer, and various designers who work for the Lexus brand.
“Helping design and build the SKYJET allowed us to imagine mobility 700 years in the future and showcase some amazing Lexus ideas,” said Spiros Fotinos, global head of brand management and marketing at Lexus International. “This new content adds to the excitement surrounding the film’s debut, and we’re pleased to be part of this incredible and ambitious project.”
While the SKYJET isn’t due to arrive at Lexus dealerships until 2740 or so, we think the new Lexus cars we already have for sale or lease show off the Lexus brand’s forward-thinking nature beautifully. Visit Lexus of Jacksonville to find your next Lexus vehicle today.
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