The Super Bowl may be in the rearview mirror, but automakers such as Chevrolet and Chrysler are still putting out innovative new advertisements to bring in new audiences in clever ways.
While Chrysler put out their “President’s Day” advertisement, Chevy is seriously increased their game by hiring acclaimed film director Sam Raimi (Evil Dead, Spider-man) to direct an advertisement that’s also a horror-short.
You can watch the Sam Raimi Chevy ad above, but you can also see it soon at a theater near you. While it starts out as a spooky, classic-Raimi production, it quickly becomes a spoof on the horror genre.
The advertisement asks, “Wouldn’t it be nice to have a warning before bad things happen?” just as the main character of the “trailer” seems to go right into the room with the monster, in classic horror movie fashion.
With the 2016 Chevy Malibu and 2016 Chevy Cruze, you can receive warnings ahead of time that could possibly save your life. To learn more, visit us at Varney Buick GMC.
The stunning new Buick Avista Concept aims to combine the best possible performance with unparalleled elegance, and – based on new reports – it seems that GM aims to bring this concept model to production in the near future.
Rumors that the Buick Avista Concept would become a four-door coupe have all but been confirmed, thanks to an insider tip. Experts and enthusiasts have been pining after the model since it debuted at the most recent North American International Auto Show.
If the production version is essentially the same as the concept model, it will be powered by a 3.0-liter twin turbo V6 engine and an 8-speed automatic transmission and will also have twin exhaust outlets and rear wheel drive.
Surely, no other model reasonably likely to go into production is as futuristic, slick, and stylish as the Buick Avista Concept. We’ve got our fingers crossed that the production model hits dealerships in the next year or so.
In the meantime, visit us anytime at Varney Buick GMC to explore the current Buick models that we have in store!