Honda's UK ad


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ChinShiong

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It's impossible for the wheel tyres to move upwards at such a speed when on an upward tilting slope isn't it ?

 

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Originally posted by ChinShiong
It's impossible for the wheel tyres to move upwards at such a speed when on an upward tilting slope isn't it ?

arh... the wheels are weighted at a certain point so that a nudge from one side will cos the c.g. to shift and turn the wheel, ie, making it go up slope.

i read that somewhere online. cool, isnt it.
 

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Originally posted by Gex
arh... the wheels are weighted at a certain point so that a nudge from one side will cos the c.g. to shift and turn the wheel, ie, making it go up slope.

i read that somewhere online. cool, isnt it.
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so dat would clear my doubts. :D

okay, it's really cool.
 

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it was reported on various reputable websites that the ads was real and took quite a bit of effort to film. It was split into 2 runs instead of just 1 full run but it's still amazing!
 

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You know, I was one of the first people to see this ad and started talking about it. Most people hadn't seen it, but had heard somebody else talk about it. I think it's one of the most effective television ads I've seen in an exceedingly long time. I'd buy an Accord, except they don't do diesels!
 

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This is one cool ad. I'm in UK and the first time i saw the ad, i was quite captivated even though it was so long. Only after it ended i realised it was an ad and took reaaaaaaaaaly long.
 

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Originally posted by Gex
arh... the wheels are weighted at a certain point so that a nudge from one side will cos the c.g. to shift and turn the wheel, ie, making it go up slope.

i read that somewhere online. cool, isnt it.
Ahh... learnt something new everyday :light:
 

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