As one can notice in terms of missing new posts, we have been on vacation for the last weeks. During out stay in Canada, we â€œhad the opportunityâ€ (of course!) to enjoy commercials. One was really worth to keep in mind.
Itâ€™s a commercial from Subaru for the car Impreza WRX 2008. Four German engineers drive this car over a proving ground, enjoy the carâ€™s performance and sing to the song â€œAmadeusâ€ from Falco. When returning to the garage, another engineer grimly asks (in German) â€œWhat do you think what are you doing here?â€
This commercial obviously targets on Volkswagen (VW) that also employed funny commercials with engineers to present VW cars. The commercial from Subaru ends with the statement â€œThe Japanese car the Germans wish theyâ€™d madeâ€.
Hey Subaru folks, nice work. But please consider: Falco is from Austria. Next time you could select a German interpret (we have lots of them!). My suggestion: Herbert GrÃ¶nemeyer and his song Mambo: â€žâ€¦Ich drehe schon seit Stunden hier so meine Runden, es trommeln die Motorenâ€¦â€œ. This song describes a manâ€™s situation looking for a parking lot for a couple of hours. Since it contains the statement â€œI make my roundsâ€ it would fit very well to you commercial, too.