Don’t just throw some cell phone pics on Craigslist and call it good. What you need is action, drama and possibly a, well, I don’t want to spoil it.
You may have a favorite old car ad. It may bring you joy and excitement. Now you will watch this. Soon you will have a new favorite old car ad.
The idea is simple: instead of using a rare or priceless car on a film shoot, you use a blank model of a car and render the desired vehicle on top of it in post production. It’s called the Blackbird, and thanks to Top Gear, we know more about how it works.
Car companies have to try just as hard to sell a Cavalier as a Porsche Carrera. Harder, probably. What’s the most over-the-top, blown out, high production, too-good-for-its-own-good ad for the most undeserving car?
Why did Nissan make an advertisement for a VW Passat? This will only take a second to explain.
This is a press picture from Dodge for their 1986-1988 Dodge 600. The blank VHS tapes on the seat appear to be some kind of attempt at positive association.
The folks working at Mercedes-Benz have been making cars for a solid 130 years now, and they decided to congratulate their youthful rivals at BMW on turning 100.
And then I saw this Japanese-market ad.
Step One: get a tree. Step Two: hook the tree up to a Nissan GT-R. Step Three: engage launch control and, wait, this isn’t so simple.
Do you want to be hungry? Watch this cheating, winning Toyota TS040 Le Mans prototype cook a prettier breakfast than whatever you have in your house.
The new no-dual-clutch Audi S4 debuted today, and Audi released a customary video to show the car in motion, with some lifestyle scenes and shots of its features. Also, it has the worst music ever put to a car video.
Wow, look at the amazing work this fashion company Rag & Bone did to save and restore a wonderful vintage Porsche 911. Wait, did I say restore? I meant crush for no good reason.
Here’s a cool little precision driving thing from Lexus. They drift an LFA between four other cars, two of them racers.
Now that the 2016 Audi R8 is out in the open, Audi released some video of the car on the run. Check out that caged-in engine.
Ever wondered what life would be like if your family minivan had a worked Chevy V8?
The Porsche Cayman GT4 debuted last night to universal excitement over its raucous performance, manual-only transmission, and super speedy 'Ring time. Except... did Porsche fake its debut video running the Nürburgring?
Jeep's Super Bowl ad ran soundtracked to Woody Guthrie's This Land Is Your Land following all the versus you had to sing in elementary school. Here's the thing — they missed the later verses, and that's insane, because the message aligns perfectly with (what should be) Jeep's view on private property.
NASCAR, in spite of its Bud Lite gut reputation, is actually kind of fun these days. NBC hired Nick Offerman to make an ad for their coverage of the series and well, it's fantastic.
Ford managed to group together 50 years of the best stripped, tuned, restomodded Mustangs in the country, handed the keys to some of the best stunt drivers in the world and, well, here's what happened.
Plymouth had to pay Warner Brothers $50,000 to get the name Road Runner for their midsize coupe and dammit, they got their money's worth.