How to Sell a Car

May 14, 2017

 

Every time we look for our next beater car on Craigslist, we usually get to see a collection a bad cell phone pics which make us cringe at the thought of buying the car in the ad. This guy took it to another level when he was trying to sell his Suzuki Vitara and now two million people are begging to buy it. Were sure he is bound to get some job offers as well after creating such a masterful marketing video.

 

From Bored Panda:

 

Visual Effects Artist Creates Epic Video To Sell His Old Car, And Now 2 Million People Want To Buy It

 

For most of us, selling a used car generally involves placing an advert on a popular website or in the classifieds section of a local newspaper. But when it came to selling his old SUV, Eugene Romanovsky decided to take things to a whole new level by creating the most spectacular advertisement for his 1996 Suzuki Vitara.

 

Employing his skills as a visual effects artist, the Israel-based Latvian made an epic 2-minute video showcasing everything that his trusty car can (and cannot) do. From driving underwater to visiting outer space and even cruising alongside dinosaurs and featuring in Mad Mad: Fury Road, it’s really not surprising to learn that his video has been viewed over 2 million times since he recently uploaded it to YouTube. See for yourself below. Don’t forget the popcorn!

 

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