The 911 Of Hot Hatches Takes The Compact Game To New Levels North American car buyers get a bit of a slap in the face when it comes to delivery schedules for new the Volkswagen Golf and pumped-up GTI models. We'll just repeat the old chestnut: It's worth the wait... Show More Summary
Ah, the iCar. We’ve been waiting for Apple to make a real one for years, ever since they transformed a Porsche into one way back in 1980. And we know Steve Jobs was game. So the promise that Volkswagen is preparing an iBeetle might, at first, seem of interest to Apple fans and auto enthusiasts. [...]Show More Summary
Volkswagen isn't a huge presence in the U.S. -- yet -- but the German giant is mounting an all-out global effort to blow past GM and Toyota by 2018.
Volkswagen may be a bit late to the electric vehicle game, as far as major global manufacturers go, but it's making up for it quickly. Hot on the heels of the world premiere of its e-Co-Motion electric van concept and the revolutionary...Show More Summary
The "Racist" Volkswagen Commercial That Offended Charles Blow. The Symbolic Lynching Of Beyonce And The "Destiny Child" Women.The Sight Of 3 Black Women Placed In FIRE And A Large Crowd Of People With Their Hands Raised, And Yelling At The Scene - Brought Back Painful Memories To Us Here At "Blax News". Show More Summary
We had some favorites, but what was yours? 1. Ram Trucks: Farmer 2. Budweiser: Brotherhood 3. Taco Bell: Viva Young 4. Volkswagen: Get In. Get Happy. 5. Universal Pictures: “Fast & Furious 6? Game Day Trailer 6. Jeep: America Will
The main theme for Volkswagen in its Super Bowl commercials this year was simple: make people feel happy. Before the Big Game, Volkswagen rolled out an ad entitled "Sunny Side." In the ad, people who had become famous (or infamous) by...Show More Summary
We haven't even gotten to Super Bowl Sunday, and already we've seen a number of truly memorable commercials air online. There is one commercial that wouldn't be memorable if people weren't claiming it to be racist. Volkswagen's ad is stereotypical, sure, and corny, absolutely—but it certainly isn't racist. Show More Summary
This year more advertisers than ever have released their Super Bowl ads before the big game on Sunday. Commercials from Volkswagen and Coca-Cola have generated some advance controversy. Others have already racked up millions of views on YouTube.
Two years ago, Volkswagen debuted its Super Bowl spot — the kid in the Darth Vader costume — on YouTube several days before the big game. It served up 12.5 million views, attracted dozens of national news stories and became the most-talked-about commercial on Twitter before opening kickoff. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
Volkswagen made a name for itself during the “Big Game” by incorporating Star Wars into its spots the past two years, but has elected to go a different direction in 2013. On Monday, the German automaker released their one-minute spot that will air during the Super Bowl via CNN, and it has drawn a wide range of responses. Show More Summary
Super Bowl season always results in some of the best commercials of the year, as the big brands want to show off with their creativity. Today we can show you the new ad by German car maker Volkswagen, entitled “Get… Watch The Volkswagen Super Bowl 2013 Game Day Commercial – Get In. Get Happy. is a post by David Fischer on Highsnobiety.
Volkswagen debuted its new Super Bowl ad on CNN ahead of Sunday's big game and it's already drumming up plenty of controversy. The ad ("Get In. Get Happy.") features a white office worker who helps his colleagues deal with a downer Monday by channeling an easy-going Jamaican vibe as reggae star Jimmy Cliff covers The Partridge Family theme song in the background.
Regardless of which team is suffering the agony of defeat after Sunday's big game, Volkswagen's Super Bowl XLVII ad will try to convince football fans to "get happy," as if life were an island escape. The TV spot takes place...
Brace yourself for another tidal wave of Super Bowl commercials. Volkswagen has released its spot for this year's big game. Set to air during the second quarter, the Get Happy spot follows one jubilant office worker as he makes his way through the day, spreading joy wherever he goes. Show More Summary
Following last year's popular Star Wars-themed Super Bowl commercial, Volkswagen is tacking a different tact in 2013. A much happier one! The car company has already released its ad for the big game and it features Jimmy Cliff singing...Show More Summary
With the Super Bowl just around the corner, game day commercial previews are starting to pop up on the web and, thanks to two wildly successful Super Bowl seasons, viewers everywhere have been looking forward to seeing what Volkswagen...Show More Summary
Volkswagen looks to be getting ready to jump into the large three-row crossover game. The automaker has officially pulled back the curtain on the CrossBlue Concept at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. Designers and engineers penned the machine...Show More Summary
Volkswagen has proven that it can make a big splash among the high-dollar Super Bowl ad blitz. In the 2011 edition of the Big Game, the German automaker debuted The Force spot, which was widely popular, arguably maintaining its significance even after the 2012 Super Bowl spots aired. Show More Summary