By on November 12, 2010

The second-best thing about this video? The Dodge rep specifically notes that it’s embargoed until Monday. The very best thing? It’s been on Youtube for nearly a week. Autonetwork doesn’t play the embargo game… and as a result you get a quick peek at some new Dodges as well as a taste of the tedium that is a press launch event. Enjoy it while it lasts!

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7 Comments on “Catch The Embargo-Busting Spirit!...”


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    mrhappypants

    I bet I can guess who won’t be invited to the next Chrysler dog and pony show.

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    Z71_Silvy

    It’s truly amazing to see the turn around Chrysler has been going through with their vehicles.  Everything looks great…especially the interiors.  Chrysler’s efforts will be recognized with much higher sales.  They are on a roll.

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    NOPR

    Okay, I know this is a car website, but since Dodge is re-branding itself, I have to ask:
    Who the hell picked out this guy’s wardrobe? Was that a conscious part of their presentation? He looks like he’s about 40 but they’ve dressed him as a 20 year old douche bag. I mean, he seems nice and normal enough, but I don’t think anyone’s been fooled into thinking he’s somehow hip. He’s dressed like one of those creepy guys who tries to hit on college girls at the bar. Is that the new Dodge market?

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    gslippy

    Dodge needs less embargo, not more.

    BTW, I’ve never heard of ‘fast-forwarding’ a grille before.  I know what he means, but it’s just an interesting phrase.

  • avatar
    geozinger

    I’m liking what I’m seeing in the video, though. It’s like Dodge is becoming the Pontiac I’m missing.


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