Lamborghini has released a very cool promotional trailer for the Lamborghini Aventador. Make sure to watch!
Various scenes show the testing of carbon-fibre, the checking of panel gaps and the workmanship involved in the leatherwork. It’s a stunningly produced piece, which will have keen automotive fans glued to the screen throughout the entire three-minute clip.
Some video coolness!
This one’s really weird, and freaky. Alternatively, you may interpret it any manner you want.
I like one particular line in the source article – “Look, the ad’s from Finland, where the sun shines on average for 58 seconds a day, so let’s just assume they’re whacked. Any attempt at deeper interpretation would just be milking the point ad nauseum.” LOL.
Mini the automaker is now making movies. Nah, just kidding.
A new and cool commercial by Mini (ala short film), originally released in 3D for Detroit Motor Show. Enjoy!
The new Audi A8 says goodnight to the Mercedes-Benz S-Class in this homage to a classic children’s story. From Audi of America. Kinda lame, but kinda nice at the same time.
Well I’m sure all of you, or at least most of you, would have watched Toy Story 3! As great as it was, the movies also introduced many other side characters, one of which is the interesting Ken.
Here’s a featurette that was used to promote the movie. I know it’s way too late, but hey, it’s interesting nonetheless.
This ad by Audi is quite a good one. Autoblog even goes to the extent of saying “unique marketing campaign which uses a simple statement to deliver a brilliant message“.
This is the very first advertisement for the Nokia N8 (well, considering the fact that all before were just promo videos without story-flow). And I should say; it’s well done!
Also noticed that the guy’s reading news via something that definitely doesn’t look like the current Symbian browser. Any idea, anyone?
There’s another N8 advert from India too, but doesn’t showcase much on the phone. But you could watch it for Priyanka‘s sake!
Note: This can be a bit too loud!
This is a nice one, but could be confusing for the most part.
The shoot is very beautiful, with the rough and tumble jalopies racing around to a Rockabilly soundtrack in a white studio-like warehouse. The cars are in stark contrast to their surroundings unlike a sleek R8 Spyder that comes on the scene as the soundtrack changes to something that might be going through your mind when you first view the mid-engined Audi. I particularly loved the tag line “Mirror, Signal, Outmanoeuvre”.
This is a hilarious TV advert by Nokia highlighting on its renowned Ovi Maps.
What will happen if you don’t have Sat-Nav on your phone? This is the answer: