Asda is on a mission to bring the most affordable, feminine products to consumers around the world, and the brand is making strides to bring a feminine range to its range of cars.
The company has launched a new range, Asda Femme Car, which is priced from £2,099 for a basic model to £3,499 for the latest, which comes with a touchscreen charging station and an extra set of six seats, and includes a cloth cover for the dashboard.
Asda has also introduced a range of feminine cosmetics to help women find the best products for them, including Asda Nectar, which has a range for women who are lactose intolerant, Asdara, which offers an all-natural fragrance, and Asda Lingerie, which includes a range with a feminine silhouette.
As well as being cheaper, asda Femmes can be used in all sorts of applications, from washing to shaving, and in the case of Asda products, the company has said that it has found that it can make them more hygienic.
In a statement to the BBC, Asada said: “Asda is committed to supporting women who want to get the most out of their feminine care and is pleased to be the first UK company to offer this range.”
The brand’s new feminine car has a seating capacity of four, a leather dashboard, a built-in screen charging station, six seats and an integrated tablet charging station.
The brand has also launched a range called Asda Women’s Car, a range which includes four cars in four colours, the latest models from Asda and a range that includes two women’s shoes, one pair of leather shoes, and a set of two feminine feminine handbags.
As part of the range, the brand has launched Asda’s first line of cosmetics and accessories.
Asda also has its own range of cosmetics, with its new cosmetics range including Asdaria, which retails for £149.99 and comes with three lipsticks, a blush, a gel lipstick, a lip tint and an eye liner, and also includes a lipstick case.
However, the newest Asda line is just the latest in a line of affordable, stylish feminine cars that the brand launched recently.
In February, Asa Beauty launched a line called Asdera, which came with an extra seating capacity and included an adjustable armrest, a new touch screen charging point, a screen-charging station, and two seats.
This month, the UK’s biggest beauty retailer launched its new range called asda womens car, which features a leather dash and a new touchscreen charging point for its models, as well as two more seats.
In February, the German cosmetics company L’Oréal also launched its first line, which included a leather seating capacity, as did the Swedish beauty brand L’Oreal.
Earlier this month, Chinese cosmetics giant L’ocean launched its own line of feminine care products, which was priced from a low of £349 for a four-seat model and was available from February 25 to March 5.