Which car ads are the weirdest?

By Product Expert | Posted in Just for Fun on Sunday, August 11th, 2019 at 3:32 pm
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Strangest Car Commercials

Car companies are always working hard to stand out from one another. One way to do this is to make a unique ad. Sure, showing a crossover cruising through a striking landscape with a soothing voice-over conveying the upgrades in an endearingly concise manner is all well and good, but it’s not likely to be remembered.

The drive to make an impression is likely what motivated the following collection of “unique” commercials. And we’re grateful- whatever else one may say about them, they are indeed entertaining. We’ll leave it up to you to decide whether the oddness comes across in an ultimately successful or unsuccessful manner.


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All we can say about this one is, “Spafe.” You’ll understand. Well, maybe not.

This one’s creative, but in our opinion it goes a bit far into some pretty dark territory. Originally aired during the Super Bowl, it was re-released in edited form soon after.

It’s memorable, to say the least. By which we mean we’re never going to be able to purge these images from our minds.

The morose music, obtuse voice-over and constantly being passed by other vehicles leaves us wondering what point they were trying to make.

A strange feature to advertise, and stretching a bit. Just a bit. But it is well-done.

We get that they’re trying to show the vehicle’s power here, but the destruction is kind of disturbing.

And finally, a long-running favorite. It’s hard not to love the Pontiac Stinger and all the many, many things that come with it.

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