Vauxhall Unveils A Giant Vauxhall Astra Snow Globe

Vauxhall Astra Snow Globe

Vauxhall Astra Snow Globe

Vauxhall Motors has provided a sneak preview of a giant, bespoke snow globe, specially designed and built for the hotly-awaited Vauxhall Ice Skate event.

The one-of-a-kind snow shaker, will be filled with over 50 bags of artificial snow for the much anticipated ice skating disco, to take place in central London. At five metres in diameter the globe is easily large enough to accommodate the new Vauxhall Astra.

After the astounding success of this summer's Vauxhall Skate event, the company has teamed up with some of the UK's best music, design, and style talents to drive some winter excitement into London. Celebrities to DJ at this 'Enchanted Evening' include chart-topper Mr. Hudson, Sting's talented daughter Coco Sumner and radio and television presenter George Lamb.

In addition to the snow globe-encased Vauxhall Astra, the famous and fun Car-aoke Vauxhall Corsa will be making a stylish return, with special hosts signed up to get the car rocking with the ultimate party tunes.

Vauxhall Motors continue their long-standing relationship with up-and-coming design talents for this event. Having teamed up with British fashion designer Emma Bell and illustrator Kate Moross for the last two successful events; Emma Bell's Vault for Vauxhall and Vauxhall Skate, this year sees collaboration with illustrator extraordinaire Si Scott. Famed for his distinctive hand-inked and penned artwork style, Si has created the perfect winter-inspired event logo for this truly unique event.

Published 28 January 2010 Staff

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