Acura Commercial: Gulliver Car Wash

Acura Commercial: Gulliver Car Wash

Honda’s Acura has launched brand new campaign with the theme of “Gulliver’s Travels”.

The Gulliver “Car Wash” commercial shows that the new Acura RDX is a perfect balance of size, power and luxury. Completely redesigned to suit big guy Gulliver. In this one Gulliver is waiting while Lilliputians are washing his car which they had previously given him. Car is so brilliant that both – Lilliputians and Gulliver – are happy just touching or looking at it.

Watch this fantastic video and tell us what you think of it.

Advertising Agency: rp&, USA
Executive Creative Director: John Hage
Head of Art: Phillip Squier
Copywriter: Rich Siegel
Art Director: Puja Shah
Executive Producer: Jack Epsteen
Senior Producer: Carolyn Casey
Production Company: Station Films
Executive Producers: Caroline Gibney, Michael Di Girolamo
Line Producer: John Madsen
Directors: Dom & Nic
DP: Steve Chivers
Visual Effects: Moving Pictures Company
Executive Producer: Asher Edwards
Producer: John Attard
2D Lead Artists: Benoit Mannequin, Yourick Van Impe
2D artists: Peter Cvijanovic, Ben Davidson, Will Voss Johnson, Thomas Price, Ben Persons, Matt Bramante, Lisa Ryan, Katerina Arroyo
CG lead: Aron Hjartarson
3D artists: Bruno Maremonte, Yas Koyama, Ross Denner, Michael Wynd, Fred Durand
Colorist: Mark Gethin
Audio Post: Juice Audio West
Engineer: Bob Gremore
Editorial: Arcade
Executive Producer: Damian Stevens
Producer: Amburr Farls
Editor: Kim Bica
Sound Design: Robot Repair
Sound Designer: Doug Darnell

There are 4 comments for this article
  1. John at 9:37 PM

    What do I think of it? I don’t get it, and neither does anyone I’ve mentioned it to.

  2. Lex Us at 4:35 AM

    Gulliver decides to drive a Toyota instead, so the Lilliputians charge him with treason and order that he be blinded.

  3. Nikki at 3:47 AM

    I can’t understand what the guy says at the end!

  4. Nikki at 4:01 AM

    OK, now I hear it “I should probably come back”. Now that I can wind it back.

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