Hyundai Ad Banned In Netherlands?

Amsterdam Ad Blog, Wednesday, August 31, 2011 10:30 AM
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Hyundai's Veloster isn't in the U.S. just yet, but some buzz is already arriving in the form of an advertisement for the car, apparently banned in the Netherlands. The ad dramatizes the virtues of a three-door configuration (two doors on one side accessible by passengers and one door on the other accessible by driver).

The ad has death himself, complete with black cape and scythe, more than willing to help a young lady out of the Veloster on a busy road at night. The head office banned the spot, but expert opinion suggests the automaker let the ad live online because of its buzz potential. And death does, in the end, get a taste of his own medicine.
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