Hyundai unveils HB20 and World Cup rides for test drivers – 04/08/2022



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04/08/2022 | 09:55


Hyundai Motor Brasil announced the launch of the promotion For Hyundai presents the Sport, which will reward customers with travel and tickets for the first time in Brazil to the 2022 World Cup, as well as the new HB20 0Km. Instant prizes like Alexa devices and headphones will still be offered to those who participate in the online activation on the campaign website.

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The rules of the promotion are simple: customers who test drive at one of the participating businesses are automatically entered into a draw for a car and a trip for a companion to Qatar, as well as tickets to Brazil’s first game, against Serbia. . Chances increase for consumers who buy a Hyundai car during the move.

But the awards don’t stop there. At the end of the trial, the customer will be invited to scan a QR Code at the retailer, which will provide access to the Chute a Gol game. In an online match, the participant must shoot the ball into the goal, which will be protected by HB20 in the goalkeeper position. If you reach the goal, the challenger automatically activates the Alexa device or Bluetooth speaker.

It is worth noting that current customers can also participate. Simply perform a scheduled service at the dealer and renew your subscription to the Hyundai Semper program to compete for HB20 0Km.

The 2022 World Cup five-pack draw will accept entries until September 18, and the winners will be announced on the 23rd of the same month. The draw for the new HB20 has a deadline for participation on October 31. With the decision of the winner on November 11.

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