Like Elvis and Tupac before him, Apple icon Steve Jobs is showing up in all kinds of unexpected places after his passing. This latest sighting comes in a commercial for a Honda SCR 110 scooter that channels The Jobs himself. Up close, the male actor isn't a ringer, but the black turtleneck and design theme leave no doubt about his inspiration.

The Chinese-language tag for this commercial says "Wuyang Honda Motorcycle." We don't know if they made it, but a post house called CN Post Production takes credit for some of the work on it. Follow the jump to check out the bizarre advertisement, and for thie other side of strange, you can check out their JianLi Bo apple juice spot.



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      Rauppy
      • 2 Years Ago
      really, whoever wrote this post was just looking for something to write about or has an abnormal fetish for Steve Jobs
      Timothy Tibbetts
      • 2 Years Ago
      What everyone else said. Delete this story and apologize for wasting our time,
      lorenzo
      • 2 Years Ago
      That looks nothing like Steve Jobs. Really, that is the whole premise of this "article"? A guy in a turtleneck? Steve wore crew necks, or "moc turtle necks" - much lower Steve wore round glasses, not rectangular. Steve had stubble, not a trimmed beard, and most of the time was shaven. Steve wore jeans, not black floppy slacks. Wow, really slow news day today, this is just ultra-lame.
        recharged95
        • 2 Years Ago
        @lorenzo
        Autoblog-->owned by AOL-->Engadget-->Apple Fanboys-->tuaw->Apple marketing. That's why this article is titled the way it is.
      visconti24
      • 2 Years Ago
      When and where does the Steven Jobs lookalike appear?
      turbomonkey2k
      • 2 Years Ago
      Hmmm, everyone is fixated on the iPad release what can we do? Hey, how about this? It has some wheeled transportation and a guy with black turtleneck! Too bad the dude isn't wearing jeans. Oh what the hell... run it.
      lorenzo
      • 2 Years Ago
      I think the guy in the ad is supposed to be the "designer" checking out his work being ridden by that girl. Especially since it shows him with sketches in the beginning. Next, Jonathon will have us believe the other video he is directing us to rips of Apple computer, because it is for "Apple" juice.
      Dennis Bilyk
      • 2 Years Ago
      I'm going out right now to purchase a black turtleneck and become Steve Jobs! BBIAB suckas!
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        Milwaukee, WY
        • 2 Years Ago
        Hmm... It was either that or go out of business. The first time around, Jobs was obsessive about the design and appearance of the *inside* of Apple's California factory. Did the same thing at NeXT. When he came back to Apple, the company was on the verge of bankruptcy, and all their competitors had moved manufacturing to China. They had to do it to survive, and although it's worked out very well for them, you can blame their (and every other company who uses cheap foreign labor) use of it on our trade agreements. If the opportunity weren't there, they wouldn't take advantage of it, would they? As for this video, I think it's a stretch to say that's a SJ lookalike at best.
          Rick
          • 2 Years Ago
          @Milwaukee, WY
          ..and what do firms do for an encore? Corporations these days see only the bottom line in the short term. Do anything and everything to make investors as rich as possible in the shortest period of time. No matter if that leads to even larger issues down the road, that's the next guy's business. Everyone bitches about outsourcing and yet it's felt necessary to stay alive in this business climate. Where does it come to an end and corporations start looking farther down the road and what makes sense for the long term? Does anyone really, truly need to be a muli-millionaire (or billion) by the time they're 40? Can you spell g-r-e-e-d?
        Ryth
        • 2 Years Ago
        You're a moron. Also, might want to go look up the news today that the story about the Foxconn factories was fabricated to generate interest in the guys show.
      Andre Neves
      • 2 Years Ago
      OMG For a second there I thought it was S. Jobs back from the grave. *sarcasm* So according to AB, wearing a turtleneck makes you and instant S.Jobs look-alike.
      Cruising
      • 2 Years Ago
      Steve Jobs look alike? More like LensCrafters or one of those optical commercial look a like.
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