In this video, Fiat Chysler NZ showcases how they made their Detour commercial, turning a Vancouver city street into an off-road experience. Original commercial here. Article on Autos.ca here, explaining the ridiculous amount of props used — wolves included.
While taking city dwellers into the depths of British Columbia’s forests may have been the easiest way for Vancouverites to experience the off-road prowess of the Jeep Cherokee, the folks at the Trail Rated brand bettered that idea by bringing the forest to Vancouverites.
In Jeep’s latest spot called "River in the City," a small Vancouver street is converted into a water fording exercise, complete with natural obstacles, river, and a few wolves for effect.
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