Mercedes-Benz Uses Its Car Keys For Clever Interactive Subway Ad
Feb 20, 2012 12:08
Mercedes-Benz constructed an interactive ad for its Viano minivan in Berlin's Friedrichstrasse subway station. And its one heck of an ad to check out.
The ad allowed riders waiting for trains to open the door of a virtual Viano using their own car keys to watch all kinds of things climbing out and just how many of them were. Check it out after the jump!
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