Within the next 45 years, the nation’s population will decline by at least 10 percent — whereas most countries, including the United States, expect the opposite to happen. Some consider that dynamic to be the driving force behind Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to take in nearly 1 million refugees this year alone.
It’s Super Bowl commercial time.
Before the Super Bowl, but still.
But it does kind of rock. I guess.
The dude you can find anywhere. But the women that work in my supermarket just don’t look like that. Well that one does…
Judging from this commercial, German supermakets are much more fun—or at least more bizarre—than their American counterparts.
For Super Bowl Amerika, I mean?
They should have at least tried using a real German.
“Algorithm” isn’t VW’s official ad for Super Bowl XLVIII, it’s simply meant as a teaser. Artistically speaking, it’s designed to give viewers a sense of the tone Volkswagen will strike on February 2. Creatively speaking, it’s pretty lazy.
PS: Thanks for the funny Passat/Charger clip, Murph. Perfect intro to this.
This year (when it comes to commercials for German products, I mean) is…
The series of all six commercials will form part of BMW’s national advertising campaign for the launch of its new 3 Series sport sedan, which goes on sale February 11.
Please. I mean for German products, of course.
We’ll know more on Sunday – Monday over here.
Volkswagen took a gamble by releasing the spot before the game — something most advertisers didn’t do last year. But the move paid off: the ad quickly became a viral hit on video-sharing website YouTube, with 49.4 million views since. And it came in No. 3 on USA Today’s Ad Meter, which ranks Super Bowl commercials.