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December 2008
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The new BlueTEC engine turns exhaust into water.

Advertising Agency: BBDO Toronto, Canada
Creative Director: Ian MacKellar
Art Director: Todd Cornelius
Copywriter: Jamie Marcovitch
Photographer: Todd McLellan
Typographer: John Tisdall

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Alibisix's picture
Alibisix
Activity Score 2

The ad is weak on (1) BLUETEC indeed does not emit water as exhaust (2) No clear consumer benefit as to why water is the better "exhaust" (e.g. in cold countries, the roads would be slippery from ice formation (3) The chosen faucet as visual hook could be more modern-looking (e.g. Grohe style).

monicamexico's picture
monicamexico
Activity Score 830

Why do I care if it's turned into water? I'm sure it still pollutes. Give me the benefit.

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Guest

how about a glass of water from my car's ass..lol

or maybe they can place the technology on golf carts to reduce the amount of water needed to maintain a course.

desailly's picture
desailly
Activity Score 470

That is the benefit, you cretin.

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Guest

Ian Mac Killer?

mark3r's picture
mark3r
Activity Score 1949

Ok, I never do this, but: the top two commenters (asses) on top need to shut the hell up and think before typing. It turns exhaust into "WATER" not "Carbon monoxide/dioxide". hmmm gee... isn't that good enough?

The ad is ok.

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bill_boonie
Activity Score 115

But, mark3r, didn't you know it's water that causes global warming? Not silly old carbon emissions! pssh!

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mark3r
Activity Score 1949

lol

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Guest

agree with mark3r!!! not a very great ad, but nicely presented!!! Afterall ads are for the consumers, and this ad cuts through!!

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Guest

Laboured. Thank you for playing though.

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Guest

............... water world

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Guest

If they'd used a wateringcan for plants the benefit would be much clearer.

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Sazarret
Activity Score 130

If they'd used a wateringcan for plants the benefit would be much clearer.

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Guest

Hej monicamexico!! put Your mouth near the exhaust for ten minutes and then write if you prefer water or fumes!!

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Guest

Ian Mac Killer?

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Guest

So if I follow this PoS on the freeway will it spray water all over my car?

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Guest

Umm BLUETEC is a diesel engine . . .

Only hydrogen fuels cells turn exhaust into water vapour . . .

This is terrible . . . Know your product before making an ad

Google Mercedes BLUETEC

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Guest

Mercedes BLUETEC Engines are diesel !!! The only engines that create water vapour are HYDROGEN FUEL CELLS!

This car does not create water vapour !!

Know your product before you make an ad . . .

Just terrible

Google: Mercedes BLUETEC

Alibisix's picture
Alibisix
Activity Score 2

The ad is weak on (1) BLUETEC indeed does not emit water as exhaust (2) No clear consumer benefit as to why water is the better "exhaust" (e.g. in cold countries, the roads would be slippery from ice formation (3) The chosen faucet as visual hook could be more modern-looking (e.g. Grohe style).

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