Maca Carriedo, automotive industry expert and one of today’s leading communicators, talks about this show where he combines the passions of television and cars.
On the 21st of February, through Discovery, the program “I Debo Una: Celebridades Y Autos” will be presented, a new production for motor lovers, where Maca Carriedo and Pepe Maqueo lead the award of the perfect car together with famous celebrities such as Eduardo Capetillo; Sandra Echeverría, Fátima Molina, Juan Diego Martínez, Matisse and Maria Leon.
In each of the events, the main objective is to restore a particular person who marked the life of each of these personalities, so the public will be able to know these figures in a more personal way, to be moved; surprising stories and events. In this regard, Maca Carriedo, an expert in the automotive industry and one of the main communicators today, talks about this show where he combines the passions of television and cars.
“I’m enjoying a lot. When we started, I didn’t know who would be invited and the surprise was very pleasant, I already knew some and I really like others like Maria Leone, her event is going to be fantastic, but then Sandra. Echeverría came to me. It was a great discovery because for me I like it phenomenally and it was a big head too. And so, it seems that I can join the things that make me feel very good: the world of cars and being able to talk and take food from these figures that arouse so much curiosity.”
It is intended for car lovers, but also for those who do not know much, but who want to see their favorite artists and learn the stories that connect them with the people they value. “Whenever I talk about cars, I try to pull them out of the corner, because there are cars almost everywhere, you can’t know anything about cars, but one, whether it’s yours or someone else’s. And I think that you have ordered these different formulas to make cars out of it, this recipe that does not have a loss and that you sickle, because maybe you wanted to see, because Matisse is there, but in the end you already want to see. How the hell did he make that car look and how do we make it look like that.”
Maca also explains that everything that appears on the screen is real and happens, “like the problems that were against us or that Pepe said that he didn’t like the color and defended me. So, if we were involved in the processes and redesign of vehicles, we studied who it was and what it needed. It wasn’t a plan, where I came and they told me what to do, I already came, knowing what they were going to do, I knew that we were going to remove the windows and how we were going to do it, and that we could include the celebrities who had it. in the process that made me even more excited.
It is admitted, for example, that Eduardo Capetillo went to more calls than he had to go because he wanted to see the process of the car, which was long, “because the restoration process was very long and we were also six cars to do. It was a circus with many rings and a bit crazy, but what you saw in the show is what was done. We paint, polish and choose ourselves, of course, with a large team and many professionals, because although we know a lot about cars, not only do we know how they are painted, but we are absolutely involved in all the processes”.
Maca started out as a communicator on the subject of cars and it is an area in his career that he continues to enjoy and he consults the personalities he knows, as well as those close to him, to buy or develop a car. those processes, so he is very happy with this project, he reminds us that the event with Matisse will be very special.
“Fátima Molina was a great leader who already went out where she wanted to help society, her story moved me a lot and she sees the way of life; also the story of Matisse and his motivation, that is one of my favorite chapters, where we discussed how to make a unique car in the world, what it means, what it is and the number of children that the coach will be able to help, that is what it does. the difference, use the platforms that we have for the company, so eventually we have to do it with all the media, not only for the evaluation, but for the difference. They may know something about Pablo (Matisse) and his family that maybe we didn’t know and the story is worth telling,” he concludes.