A second round of ads for 2014 models have recently been uploaded by Acura USA. Both the ILX and RDX ads feature some neat cinematography and digital effects, but it’s the clever plot of the TL’s “Best Kept Secret” that comes out on top for me.
See the three videos below.
Acura USA has released a trio of new 30-second spots for the 2014 Acura MDX and the 2014 RLX. All three videos feature the female voice from the “Made for Mankind” ads. The RLX footage actually originates from Acura Canada’s 2014 Acura RLX Commercial which debuted earlier this year.
See the videos below.
Mariano Rivera bought his first Acura in 1995, the same year he made his Major League debut with the New York Yankees. 18 years later and 19 seasons with the Yankees, Rivera is still a loyal Acura owner, and retires as one of the greatest closing pitchers in the history of baseball.
See the 30-second spot titled ”Legends” featuring Mariano Rivera in the video below.
Similar to their 2014 Acura RLX TV Commercial, Acura Canada has once again opted for a more performance-oriented approach than their American counterparts. Launching the all-new 2014 MDX from a hanger bay like a jet, the focus remains on the driving experience and the sporty nature of their vehicles.
“Prepare to take your driving experience to a higher ground with the all-new 2014 MDX. With advanced driving features such as Adaptive Cruise Control, and an “Executive Aero Sculpture” design, the MDX is the SUV that redefines the SUV experience.”
Watch Acura Canada’s 30-second Acura MDX commercial below.
Acura has posted a new 30-second spot as part of their 2014 Acura MDX Made For Mankind campaign:
“The ability to push ego aside and begin again. That was the inspiration behind our own recreation. A luxury SUV that’s faster, lighter and stronger. Introducing the extremely new 2014 Acura MDX.”
Watch the video below.
From motorcycles, automobiles, aircraft and robots, this video from Honda UK puts a creative spin on Honda’s past, present and future:
“Honda ‘Hands’ film celebrates the curiosity of Honda engineers, which has led to some of the most successful Honda innovations over the past 65 years.”
At 0:40 you’ll see the first-generation NSX materialize, its license plate BSS-8888 and the Brazilian national anthem heard is a tribute to the late Formula One World Champion Ayrton Senna.
See the 1:55 minute short film below.