Peugeot are giving you the chance to design your own set of wheels in a bid to help raise funds for BBC Children in Need.
An online game entitled Pudsey's Dream Wheels aims to raise over £150,000 for the charity. Open to the young and the young at heart, thousands are expected to let their freewheeling imaginations run rampant as they style their own cars from a wide range of options.
The game is launched by Tamara Ecclestone paying tribute to her F1 family dynasty through sporting a racing suit. She's assisted by those fun young men Matt Littler and Darren Jeffries and, of course, Pudsey himself.
The wacky gang sets out to recreate the iconic car from Grease. To achieve this, Tamara goes blonde and, for one glorious moment, becomes Sandra Dee as the men apply their finest T-Bird attitude to a Greased Lightning Peugeot 208.
Ah, but there they clash. Whereas Tamara wants a pink and gold crystallised jalopy with eyelashes on the headlights, Matt & Darren are more interested in carefully crafting their own Batmobile.
Anyone can enter Pudsey's Dream Wheels for free, though through paying £3 your creation gets entered into a competition to win a brand new Peugeot 208 – just in time for Christmas!
All money goes directly to BBC Children In Need and will further help the charity to reach its vision that “every child in the UK has a safe, happy and secure childhood and the chance to reach their potential”.
On their part, Peugeot – as official partners of BBC Children In Need – are this year aiming to raise over £500,000 in total.
Why not help them to raise double that through creating your own set of Dream Wheels here?