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Audi TTS TV Commercial “Leap of Faith”

Audi TTS Coupé: Fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 7.4 – 6.9; CO2 emissions combined in g/km: 171 – 159. Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions data as well as the efficiency classes are dependent on the choice of wheels and tyres.
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It takes guts to buy a car whose only practical purpose is the sheer joy of driving it. But as Audi’s latest film demonstrates, life is a daring adventure or nothing at all.
http://www.audi.com/ttsexperience

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Title: “Leap of faith” by Daniel Kramer.

Further information on official fuel consumption figures and the official specific CO2 emissions of new passenger cars can be found in the EU guide “Information on the fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and energy consumption of new cars”, which is available free of charge at all sales dealerships, from DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH, Hellmuth-Hirth-Straße 1, D-73760 Ostfildern, Germany and at www.dat.de.

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41 Comments

  1. A car ad with an animated car? That’s kinda dumb

  2. Cool ad bro!!!

  3. Audi adverts are works of geniuses. Good marketing Audi

  4. This is the best car advert of the century. I don’t know who came up with the idea, whoever you are you have a great imagination. As soon as I saw this advert I was thinking Jacob Black from Twilight. That is what it means to me – whether the inventor of the advert was thinking similar I don’t know. Excellent work !

  5. This is my favourite Advert I have seen for a long while.. What a masterpiece of filming and editing a7 what a great car.. I want one LOL The ad make you want one

  6. Hm. Gavin’s right after all.

  7. Best car ad I’ve ever seen. Brilliant. Well done audi

  8. That’s a fine looking car. But the spot … not so much. You should rather work on something that is actually possible with your cars (or do you not have any impressive features to offer?).

  9. ah the origin TTS they don’t only make fancy space ships you know

  10. One of the best car commercial ever seen. Great!

  11. What’s the song called?!

  12. Awesome Video

  13. Dear Santa

  14. I think the Audi wouldn’t be able to handle that type of speed. The wheels would burn off, the drive shaft would fail.

  15. I only came here for the song

  16. Yeaaaa…okkkaaay….

  17. Hi Audi.. may I suggest the release of the music? As ringtone or whatever.

  18. I’m getting this as one of my first cars 😀

  19. Some People dislike this????? what the Hell!!!

  20. I love audi tt

  21. Beyond cool.

  22. Wow how impossible would all that be. Re entering the earth’s atmosphere vertically – the car must be made of pure unobtanium. Or some other impossible substance. also assuming that the vehicle survived the heat and the friction it would still be travelling at a speed that would rip that lil wing clean off and the tyres would disintegrate on touching the vertical road at about mach 6 (even it could slow to that much) then the g load in that wee parabola would just plain flatten it. – Nice ad though! 

  23. Sweet, looks like Star Citizen finally added cars.

  24. There’s no disclaimer. That means we can attempt this!!

  25. Music is: Daft Punk – Recognizer (remix).

  26. My sweet baby

  27. Just AWSOME! – i love that "Nolan-Horn"… keep it up!

  28. If you want a proper sports car, buy a Cayman.

  29. I love audi tts coupe car it is super in style and the ad is wonderful

  30. The devil has landed welcome home!

  31. Why does it need such a long run up to get up to speed?

  32. The big question on everyone’s lips is: With all that space-age engineering and technology, how did it not avoid landing on Iceland?

  33. Star Citizen

  34. Can’t find the full version of this song anywhere :/

  35. Have you guys remixed it? As I can not find the correct version. If not leave a link to it please?

  36. I F-ing love this commercial. 

  37. hahaha awesome

  38. M"t(ctllp

  39. Too HOttttttttttttt

  40. What a stunning commercial! Bravo.

  41. … and then it joins the back of a 3 mile queue of stationary traffic.

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