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Hyundai ads are getting a little racy.

September 14th, 2007 . by Gerry-Bevers


9 Responses to “Hyundai ads are getting a little racy.”

  1. comment number 1 by: T_K

    These are actually really good.
    If you look at print advertising for cars, it all looks the same. I welcome any departures from the standard. Besides, these have a good central idea and execution.

  2. comment number 2 by: Phil2Musashi

    Never really associated Hyundai with tattoos, but I think the concept is cool. I would guess it is geared towards certain target audiences though, not the usual family wagon crowd.

  3. comment number 3 by: stumpjumper

    These are actually really good.
    If you look at print advertising for cars, it all looks the same. I welcome any departures from the standard. Besides, these have a good central idea and execution.

    Actually, companies place different kind of ads on different kinds of magazines. It is totally depends on the target market of the magazines. I believe it is highly unlikely that you would see this kind of ads on regular magazines.

  4. comment number 4 by: Ken

    Samsung ads are forsaking their racial complex.
    http://bbs.enjoykorea.jp/tbbs/read.php?board_id=teconomy&nid=1946806
    The name of Mt.Osorno appears on the screen but the mountain is called ‘Chilean Fuji-yama’ in Chile.
    Why did they use such resembling mountain and indicated the name as if intentionally?


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  6. comment number 6 by: kteen

    With a full belly , a computer, some psychos backing you for everything you say, a pink slip, and a dose of madness…some people are capable of everything.
    I’d agree if someone claims this ad is too sexually arousing or sexually discriminative. But ‘racy’?

  7. comment number 7 by: Gerry-Bevers

    Kteen,

    I liked the ad and did not mean “racy” in a negative way. I used it to suggest a double meaning, but you can read what you like into the word if it makes you feel better.


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