We didn't think that promoting the benefits of a car feature by ogling women could get any funnier than Nissan's (not safe for work) independent front suspension ad, but Volkswagen just might have managed to do just that – and in a more "gentlemanly" fashion, too.

I'm sure the chivalry won't be lost on our more feminist-leaning readers, either. (Wait a second, how many feminists are reading our car blog, anyway?) Just remember: we don't make the news, we just report it (and laugh).

[Source: German Car Blog]

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