Just because you drive the official vehicle of the NBA it doesn't make you an NBA player. This is kind of the oldest formula in the book in terms of advertising, but seeing this guy stand up in those giant shoes is still worthy of a chuckle.
You'll spend more than four years in a car doing well--stuff. So make sure it's the car you want to be spending the time in, which should be easy as Citröen is inspired by you. Man, we do spend a lot of time in our cars, don't we. Especially where I am in L.A.
Even the most beautiful roads can lead to very dangerous places. A couple gets plastic surgery to escape an evil organization in this amazing piece directed by RSA's Jake Scott. With a chance at a new life, they can't resist bringing their Ford Edge along.
Toyota wanted to remind millennials why its important they get their own car. In this case, it's so they don't have to have awkward conversations with their dad about tampons. The man is so well cast, and his timing is perfect.
These pre-roll ads were created for (who else?) millennials who are used to skipping ads as fast as possible. To tap into this, Montreal-based Bleublancrouge created ads that turn those moments before you can finally hit skip into the most awkward ones imaginable.
Stunning running footage with beautiful people cruising through different weather elements and stopping every so often to look beautiful, all to launch the new V90 Cross Country. The film was shot entirely in Scotland, by the way.