Nailed it. That’s what Volvo did here, and on pretty much every level too. The attention to detail is impeccable, the cinematography is exceptional, the sound design is excellent, they just hit it out of the park. The music might not be to everyone’s liking, but I think it fits perfectly with the vibe of the spot.
Whether scraping off your windshield or cutting up some Columbian bam bam, Berkshire Bank has you covered!
The Bugatti Chiron ad reminded me that these exist.
Now BMW doesn’t advertise that their drivers are jerks, but it used to.
Looking through old car ads, I found one for this Lexus IS (Toyota Altezza if you prefer captions to dubs) and it reminded me that Toyota has tried this “lets beat BMW on their own terms” deal before. Like then, The big L is trying to out perform the germans with some moderate successes in terms of the new IS and GS…
The new Key and Peele is pretty great for the whole “what if teaching was like professional sports” but the BMW ad at the back? Pure gold.
The message of this commercial is - “Look at how much fun you can have in the snow with cars we won’t sell you!”
I hang my head and weep for the world.
Toyota is into hydrogen, so much so that they are willing you show you a cow anus extruding product prove it, but not far enough to actually to say the word “shit”.
I've been seeing some remixes of this CLA spot from last year on TV recently, which is fine by me because there are some incredible cars in this montage even if the CLA is kind of a poopy thing to end on. But it has me curious - how to they frame and lock an identical shot for every car with no visible gear?…
...than a C-segment, GM hatchback.
Sorry, but just listen to this add and pretend they are talking about a dude not a van and its a lot LOT funnier.
Do you remember that time when Patrick Stewart did some commercials for Pontiac? No?! Well, let's refresh you memory.
This '84 Toyota Corolla ad IS the crack fueled 80's. (totally SFW)
The line between your posts and an Onion style parody post is getting perilously thin
Only fuel cells cars do, Toyota says so.
How is this NOT a parody ad.