Critical Mass

Critical Mass

Calgary, Canada

Digital

TitleThe Delivery
Agency
Campaign The Delivery
Advertiser Nissan Motor Corp.
Brand Nissan
Business Sector Automotive
Story

Nissan premiered the short action film “The Delivery,” directed by Louis Leterrier and starring Mickey Rourke, Carl Weathers and Raymond Cruz. Nissan needed a digital experience that matched the action and excitement of the film, but also gave people more reasons to engage with their brand. 

Philosophy

We set out to design a visually rich, highly cinematic site experience to host the film and provide digital context around it. We maximized theatricality and interactivity, taking creative cues from the look and feel of “The Delivery.” The concept is a stylized version of the film’s desert landscape with 3-D-modeled set pieces that act as the site’s primary navigation. The experience was made entirely from scratch in painstaking detail. Cinemagraphs and video transitions were layered on to give the site a movielike feel. It’s a digital experience that entertains, educates and powers a whole new perspective on Nissan Commercial Vehicles. 

Problem

The toughness, action and nostalgic cast made “The Delivery” a natural fit for our target – small-business owners and tradespeople in their 30s and 40s. We set out to strengthen that connection by extending resonant elements of the film into an immersive digital experience that was visually stunning and featured engaging and highly sharable content. 

Result

The site experience achieved the ultimate business goal, driving a 397% increase in lead conversions to actual requests for contact from a dealer. With an average of 5+ minutes spent on the website and 7.1 million video views (in the first 3 months alone), the success of the campaign is no surprise. As the staff of Yahoo! Autos put it, “You will never hear the words ‘corrosion’ and ‘perforation’ quite the same way again.” and we couldn’t agree more. 

Media Type E-Commerce
Length
More Information http://www.nissancommercialvehicles.com/the-de..

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