Love cars? How about a chance for riding an Aston Martin Vantage for a week, complete with a Nokia C7 and Ovi Maps for navigation? Nokia launches a competition today on their Facebook page.
Looks like this contest is only for people who live in Sydney because you have to find the parked car somewhere in Sydney on Sunday the 6th of March.
Check this post for details if you are in Sydney and interested to join in the competition.
Get behind the wheel of your dream drive with the NokiaNav# Facebook competition
Sydney, Australia – This weekend one lucky Sydneysider will be handed the keys to an Aston Martin Vantage. The sports car will be theirs for one week and kitted out with Nokia’s latest smartphone, the Nokia C7 and Ovi Maps, Nokia’s free navigation*.
The competition, which launches today on Nokia Australia Facebook, and continues on Sunday, is part of the NokiaNav# challenge – a week-long road test involving five of the world’s most iconic sports cars and Nokia’s latest Ovi Maps navigation.
Four of the sports cars have already been claimed by some of Australia’s top bloggers. Now Nokia is throwing down the gauntlet to technology and motoring enthusiasts, giving them the chance to claim the 5th car for themselves: one week, one experience, with one lucky Sydneysider at the wheel!
About the competition
Nokia Facebook fans will have to hunt down the luxury Aston Martin Vantage that will be parked somewhere in Sydney’s streets on Sunday 6th March. In order find the 5th car, a series of clues will be posted on Nokia Australia Facebook this Saturday and Sunday. The first Facebook fan to crack the clues and find the car will get to drive it for one week.
The car will be connected to the latest Nokia C7 smartphone including Ovi Maps navigation software, enabling the winner to easily navigate Sydney’s streets and find the best places to show off their new set of wheels.
To take part in this once in a lifetime competition, simply visit www.facebook.com/NokiaAustralia and solve the clues. The first clue will be posted at 12.00pm on Saturday 5th March 2011.
* Data charges will apply – see Facebook for further details