Best Car Adverts 2015 (Video)

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Here's a look at five of the top car adverts that we've really enjoyed in 2015.

Car advertising is a tricky business as there are just so many brands out there. How can you make your product stand head and shoulders above the rest? The key is to make a unique advert that will be unforgettable. Here are five of our favourite adverts from 2015 which really stand out. Do you have any favourites? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

Check out the 2014 Best Car Adverts here. 

2016 Land Rover Discovery Sport

We do like the Land Rover Discovery Sport thanks to its seven-seat arrangement and surprisingly good offroad ability. This advert highlights both of those aspects as a dogsled needs to cross a river and a Land Rover Discovery Sport comes to the rescue. There's a nice blend of product as well as feel-good factor.

Official 2015 Fiat 500X Super Bowl Commercial

Trust the Italians to come up with something funny and memorable. To promote its bigger and more masculine 500X crossover, Fiat went the humour route and made a Viagra joke, which has a funny conclusion. 

Mercedes-Benz AMG GT Commercial

The Mercedes-AMG GT sportscar is being marketed intensely as a rival to the ever-popular Porsche 911 and this advert represents just that. While the Porsche 911 is not directly mentioned or featured, there are enough clues in the advert to show that its Stuttgart's finest that Mercedes-AMG are targetting. 

BMW 3-Series LCI - Curves

The South-African made BMW 3 Series recently underwent a facelift recently and as this model is exported to the rest of the world, this advert was rolled out globally. It was filmed in the Western Cape and features some of our best driving roads combined with some great dynamics. Why is it here? Well, there's the proudly South African angle, but interestingly this advert has been banned in the United Kingdom as it's claimed to promote dangerous driving. 

Lexus LX and LS Commercial: Different Routes

This advert came as quite a surprise as we simply were not expecting this level of dynamic driving, both on and off-road. We usually take Lexus as a premium, relaxed and refined brand, but this advert shows the Japanese can have a creative and playful side. 

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