Is That a Mary Kay Twingo?
Since 1969 cosmetics giant Mary Kay has provided its independent sales people with over 100,000 cars as part of its “Career Car” program.
Since 1969 cosmetics giant Mary Kay has provided its independent sales people with over 100,000 cars as part of its “Career Car” program. You’ve probably seen one of those pink Cadillacs or other makes rolling along the highways and byways of one of the 35 global markets that the brand is sold in.
One of those countries, interestingly enough, isn’t France. And France is where Renault is headquartered. So probably the people at Renault, and Miss Sixty, an international fashion label, aren’t familiar with the Mary Kay Wheels of Fortune cars, because they’re debuting the Renault Twingo Miss Sixty limited edition at the Paris Motor show this week.
Yes, that’s right: a Bohemian Pink car (black is also available). Inside, there are a pink-rimmed tach and speedo, as well as a pink-stitched leather steering wheel.
The cars will go on sale in November. Probably not enough time for a Mary Kay franchise to be established.
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