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Re: Electric Cars-Adverts

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Follows on better here...minimalist new ad from Polestar
NewcastleFalcon wrote:
11 Feb 2021, 15:31
GM got a thread of their own with their Superbowl Adverts, and much talked about on the net.

I've seen this video a few times from Polestar (Geely-Volvo brand). First Second TV ad from Polestar that I have seen.

The advert is as minimalist as it gets, and for me I like it.

...and a small bit of trivia, you can get it with gold seat belts
the age of the colourful seat belt is here
the age of the colourful seat belt is here
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More artwork from VW
Volkswagen Uses Pollution-Absorbing Paint To Advertise ID.3 In UK

The unconventional adverts are in London, Manchester, Cardiff, Birmingham, Bristol, and Glasgow.
Experts at the company decided to use Airlite - rather than more traditional LED screens or boarded posters - because 100 square metres of the paint can reduce air pollution in the same way as planting 100 square metres of forest.

Each mural took between three and five days to paint and was designed to showcase the environmentally friendly nature of the new model.

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Loving those murals :D They make a big impact!
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Here's Cold Play attempting to help BMW sell some electric cars with their song "Higher Power".

Just a throwaway question for the curious....anyone know where the bridge is :?:






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Ugly, ugly car and advert. Sorry, not my thing at all.
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NewcastleFalcon wrote:
08 Jul 2021, 09:03
just a throwaway question for the curious....anyone know where the bridge is :?:
...and the answer to that question I have posted on POTD
harryp wrote:
09 Jul 2021, 19:30
Ugly, ugly car and advert. Sorry, not my thing at all.
Understandable Harry a pair of BMW irrelevants! I do like a bit of advertising though whether good or bad, so I generally ignore whether I personally like the cars or not. I do find that current marketing of cars unsurprisingly is all about lifestyle and layered thick with meaningless marketing phrases. I am definitely not in the target audience :-D

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Blast from the past but some useful ideas for keeping a few vital appliances going in an extended powercut as long as you've stored a few jerrycans of petrol beforehand. Like the refuelling of the card-machine.

The Fluence was a nice car still would be today with the 2022 battery tech, but don't think Renault tried too hard with it, and in the real pioneering phase, the batteries were hugely expensive, and batteries weren't available at the scale the worldwide battery manufacturing industry has evolved to in 2022.

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29 Apr 2017, 21:10
Its 5 years old now, but a nice little poke at the ICE and raised a small chuckle for me :)



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