Shell Advance Ultra Limited Edition Packs Introduced

Shell Has Introduced Advance Ultra Limited Edition Packs.


Shell Lubricants introduced the Shell Advance Ultra engine oil in new limited edition packs. Designed to showcase the brand’s vision for 2017, the new packaging aims at highlighting Shell Advance’s motorsports legacy and its decade long association with Ducati as the winning ingredient in their journey. The limited-edition packs for Shell Advance Ultra 10W40 and Shell Advance Ultra 15W50 priced at INR 827 and INR 1,051 respectively.


Shell Advance Ultra is Shell Lubricants’ range of motorcycle oils is manufactured through a Gas-to-Liquid (GTL) process. The collector’s packs are another initiative from the brand to establish a product identity in the market.

The new limited edition packs have been introduced for two viscosity grades: Shell Advance Ultra 10W-40 and Shell Advance Ultra 15W-50. While the packaging design for Shell Advance Ultra 10W-40 captures the brand’s motorsport association with Ducati over the last 10 years and celebrates Shell Advance the winning ingredient in Ducati’s racetrack journey; the pack design for Shell Advance 15W-50 captures Shell Lubricants’ MotoGP journey.


As part of its focus on creating customer interaction, the new pack designs have been introduced to capture the young consumer demographic. The new premium packaging design is part of the brand’s product strategy for 2017 to introduce a new design and establish a standout look for the products.

Speaking on the occasion, Neeraj Bhatia, Chief Marketing Officer, Shell Lubricants India, said, “Today innovation in packaging design is an important aspect of retail that not only helps in creating a distinctive identity breaking through the clutter but also engages consumers in a more meaningful way. At Shell Lubricants’ our aim has always been to communicate with our consumers and offer them something beyond just the product. Our new collector’s limited edition packs tell the story of Shell Advance as the winning ingredient in a biker’s journey.”

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