Re: 2011 Superbowl Car Commercials

Postby mo-i » February 7th, 2011, 5:36 pm

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EDIT- found it! it's about style, not luxury, my bad. Just as bad in meaning though for the cars they show which sure aren't luxury but not much for "style" either. They make their new stuff look bad compared to the great old stuff!

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Bang on like always.

Didn't want to beat a dead horse and as a German most certainly not Chrysler. It's such a pitty.
Someone really should hold on to the great american cruiser. Chrysler could make it. Possibly.
But they'll have to do a Polaroid, I fear.

Richard, can't you help them. You're close.

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P.S.: digesting the Eminem spot a little more, the new Chrysler comes across as the perfect mobsters choice.
Deliberate subcontext, or by accident?
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Re: 2011 Superbowl Car Commercials

Postby rkuchinsky » February 7th, 2011, 5:49 pm

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mo-i wrote:
EDIT- found it! it's about style, not luxury, my bad. Just as bad in meaning though for the cars they show which sure aren't luxury but not much for "style" either. They make their new stuff look bad compared to the great old stuff!

*
Bang on like always.

Didn't want to beat a dead horse and as a German most certainly not Chrysler. It's such a pitty.
Someone really should hold on to the great american cruiser. Chrysler could make it. Possibly.
But they'll have to do a Polaroid, I fear.

Richard, can't you help them. You're close.

mo-i

P.S.: digesting the Eminem spot a little more, the new Chrysler comes across as the perfect mobsters choice.
Deliberate subcontext, or by accident?



I wish I could help. I really have no hate for the brand, but get sad seeing the amount of potential lost.

Really, they made this once -

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Isn't that inspiration enough?

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Re: 2011 Superbowl Car Commercials

Postby Mr-914 » February 7th, 2011, 7:45 pm

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I hope that the Italians are setting up a Chrysler come-back. It will take a min. of 4 years to see any results. Until then, it's just damage control.
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Re: 2011 Superbowl Car Commercials

Postby sanjy009 » February 10th, 2011, 11:15 am

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The Dodge "Never Neutral" campaign for the Charger has a nice byline:

"The leaders of car companies should be Race Car Drivers and Designers
and Bankers should work in a bank"

Re: 2011 Superbowl Car Commercials

Postby wert » February 10th, 2011, 9:14 pm


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rkuchinsky wrote:
mo-i wrote:
EDIT- found it! it's about style, not luxury, my bad. Just as bad in meaning though for the cars they show which sure aren't luxury but not much for "style" either. They make their new stuff look bad compared to the great old stuff!

*
Bang on like always.

Didn't want to beat a dead horse and as a German most certainly not Chrysler. It's such a pitty.
Someone really should hold on to the great american cruiser. Chrysler could make it. Possibly.
But they'll have to do a Polaroid, I fear.

Richard, can't you help them. You're close.

mo-i

P.S.: digesting the Eminem spot a little more, the new Chrysler comes across as the perfect mobsters choice.
Deliberate subcontext, or by accident?



I wish I could help. I really have no hate for the brand, but get sad seeing the amount of potential lost.

Really, they made this once -

ON20080204113056281_2010675415642795137-orig.jpg


Isn't that inspiration enough?

R




Yup! It isn't nice as the other Chrysler cars are. But i think this one is the choice of some gangsters in town because of its looks and styles. It looks like an old model but perfect for some car collectors. Beautiful design, Perfect color, Nice rims, And anything else is perfect on it. Maybe they made this designed Chrysler for some reasons.

Re: 2011: hands-on new cars

Postby scrotum » June 5th, 2011, 11:38 pm

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mo-i wrote:


What about this one? Once Lee Iacocca had Frank Sinatra now they got Eminem.
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For me that were moving 2 minutes. I always loved what Iacocca brought to the industry.
And his book was one of the first I read in foreign language after I found a copy
in a holiday home. It was one of the true inspirations to go into product developement.

So this ad is a sentimental journey to the past, even for me, who is thousands of miles
from Detroit, as the downfall of the "rustbelt" is mirrored by the old industrial centers
in Europe.

But what has this ad to tell us about the future not the past?

mo-i

LOL, Eminem suing Audi for rippin off the Chrysler commercial. :lol:


Re: 2011 Superbowl Car Commercials

Postby Mr-914 » June 6th, 2011, 6:51 am

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Isn't it horrible when a respected company like Audi does something that is so clearly a rip-off as that commercial? Wow...epic FAIL.
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