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T​he advertisement police is looking at the development of Renault

And this time there's nothing to criticize!

7w ago
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T​he first case for the advertisement police involved Renault ruining Robert Palmer's 'Johnny and Mary'.

N​ow they've come up with a new radio commercial here in Germany and it's for the Renault Kangoo.

A​ Renault Kangoo in sunburst orange probably

A​ Renault Kangoo in sunburst orange probably

The people at Renault seem to have been hit hard by the advertisement police's criticism and are now keen to get back onto a green path, because the new commercial leaves no room for any complaints. It has classical music playing in the background, which is exactly what a French car brand should have, as the cars that look best in front of old palaces and similar buildings are mostly French, they just fit into that sort of environment.

E​xactly as good as the background music is the thing Renault is now advertising. Yes, the Kangoo isn't a thing of beauty, but its latest version has a great and as far as I know unique feature for a van. If you open the front passenger door and the door behind that, there's no pillar inbetween, as the picture underneath shows.

A​ big gap.

A​ big gap.

T​hat's the sort of innovation a French car brand should come up with, well done Renault, you are now not under strong surveillance of the advertisement police anymore.

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Comments (11)

  • I would be worried about the safety of the thing, not having pillars and all.

      1 month ago
    • The Mx-30 is similar, and it has some sort of something to compensate for the lack of a pillar

        1 month ago
  • Wow that is an actually interesting feature kinda like it

      1 month ago
  • That’s a bit strange. It’ll be interesting to see how they work out

      1 month ago
  • I dig that!!

      1 month ago
  • Doesn't that affect safety

      1 month ago
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