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Subaru tries to spice up the WRX STI with a girl and a pile of StickBombs

By Nic_low on 15 Mar 2014

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Subaru tries to turn up the heat on its latest boyracer - the WRX STI - with a twin of viral videos.
 

The first commercial is also a preview of a short film that will be launched by Subaru. Called 'The ride of her life', the 1970s-themed video is no doubt dated, and a little corny. But it should serve up some old school entertainment, where the female lead decides to leave with her dream boy (and the STI, of course).
 

But it is the second short video that gets our vote - a race between the STI (in scaled down form) and some StickBombs. Thanks to some digital wizardy, the race looks very cool. Now jump to the videos and decide which does it better.

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Nic_low
Written by Nic_low
Nicholas is in the path where his passion and career are closely knitted. And no way is he screwing that up. Not even if a Porsche looks like a Beetle.



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Ahbengdriver Mar 15 2014 10:41 AM

Wat a silly ad.  Worst than the radio ad.

Tzc Mar 16 2014 12:41 PM

the designers of subaru really out of touch 

 

    front of a lancer hybrid with camry  

 

     rear of  previous altis with axio?

 

      this such a ugly looking rex.

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