Ford Offers Custom Bacon Graphic Car Detail To Celebrate International Bacon Day
Ford is celebrating International Bacon Day by offering 2014 Ford Fiesta owners the chance to get their cars adorned in bacon graphics.
The graphics, which come in five different versions, consist of adhesive graphics of strips of bacon. One can just add a few glimpses of bacon strips by the wheel of their car for about $79 plus the cost of installation, or wrap the entire care in bacon strips. The latter, for extreme bacon enthusiasts is called the ‘Full Bacon Wrap’ and costs $3,347 plus the cost of installation.
“It’s no secret that bacon inspires a lot of passion, and that’s what the Fiesta celebrates. Our customers have a hunger for self-expression. Plus, it’s just awesome to drive down the road in a piece of bacon,” Liz Elser, marketing manager for the Ford Fiesta, said.
Drivers can also get the bacon graphics in ‘Side of Bacon’ – just a piece of bacon along the back wheel – ‘Bacon Racing Strips’ – two strips of bacon going down the center of the hood – and ‘Full Bacon Strips’ – a large strip that wraps around the car.
If you want a new Ford Fiesta, but don’t love bacon, Ford offers a selection of other graphics, Ford Custom Graphic vinyl products, that can be applied to the car, including racing stripes of various colors.
International Bacon Day is Saturday Aug 31.
– Olivia Truffaut-Wong
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