Hybrids carry their share of unfair baggage. Associations of slow suburban journeys, tame grocery runs, and MPG ratings that aren’t actually that different from their petrol cousins.
Once you look past this shallow veneer though, you enter a raucous world of bear attacks, public humiliations and supernatural phenomena. Observe:
This ad begins with sad piano music and footage of an ice shelf dramatically collapsing. Not too controversial a start, but the vibe changes when a forlorn looking polar bear decides enough is enough.
The next few scenes summarise his journey into an American suburb – which must have been at least 800 miles – before showing what looks to be a revenge attack on an unsuspecting commuter:
Porsche 918 Spyder
This advert describes the public humiliation of the Porsche company founder when he revealed the company’s first electric car in 1900, and the 117 years it took the company to steel itself and try again.
Although to their credit they’ve done a much better job this time round:
This advert documents some truly supernatural goings-on that, all things considered, must have been incredibly stressful for the driver:
Any car that can respond to unplanned terraforming by a giant, potentially heavenly hand deserves a tick next to its name.