Vauxhall has recently made a brilliant PR idea in the midst of the busiest streets in London. Full coverage of a car in coins Vauxhall let people get money out of the vehicle.
The car is covered by the bonnet to boot in good faith the British Mint, were harassed by hundreds of commuters eager to pocket some cash.
Simon Ewart from Vauxhall Motors, said: “We fully support the scrappage scheme and feel that the first ever Car Cash is a great way to bring life benefits of trade in your old car for a newer, safer and more environmentally friendly model.
A total of 107,635 cars were made in the UK in July 2009 – a 17.9% decline in the July 2008 figure, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and traders (SMMT) said. It was by far the smallest monthly fall this year and will be a welcome boost for the automotive industry.