Perrys go airborne with new aerial technology

Do you love to see every beautiful angle of a car but suffer from a crippling case of pteromechanophobia? (That’s a fear of flying, for those without Google).

Well, Perrys have good news for you! They have advanced their award-winning video strategy with the addition of new, state-of-the-art aerial technology.

Meaning you can see some fantastic, wide-angle exterior shots of the latest cars without having to step on a plane. Mr T will be thrilled.

Watch it in action with this 21 second clip from their upcoming Vauxhall Viva review – (don’t worry, it won’t cause airsickness…) –

On the new project, Perrys’ Digital Marketing Manager Lee Manning, said:

“I gave the video creation team a brief of shooting for the stars but i didn’t think they’d achieve it so literally.

“Our investment in the latest technology shows our commitment to delivering the best possible journey for customers.

“The video team are continually pushing the boundaries and working hard on new and exciting features.”

The Perrys production team use BTCC driver Paul O’Neill alongside real-life Perrys dealership staff to present handy guides, features and reviews.

Winning the the Best Use of TV/Video Award at the 2015 Automotive Management Awards and Best Digital Initiative Award at the 2015 Motor Trader Awards for their video content, Perrys’ new equipment will add another dimension to the car reviews featured on the Perrys YouTube channel.