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Aussie Ford Ad Murders A Toad In The Name Of The Environment [Video]

3 years agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Ford's EcoBoost badge inevitably triggers thoughts of doing something to help the environment, but this Australian advertisement for the Ford Falcon EcoBoost shows the car murdering one of a pair of cane toads on a lonely stretch of highway. More »
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