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102Toyota goes creepy with new Prius People Person commercial

In the latest Prius family commercial by Toyota, actual actors, loads of computer animation and a miniature set combine to create the illusion of a Godzilla-sized man made of people. He then steps out of his house to find that his Toyota Prius has morphed into four vehicles: a regular Prius, Prius V, Prius C concept and Prius Plug-In. This is the end of Mr. People Person, as he quickly disintegrates, leaving only his size-bazillion shoes and a bunch of little people behind.

27Toyota goes creepy with latest Prius People Person commercial

In the latest Prius family commercial by Toyota, actual actors, loads of computer animation and a miniature set all combine to create the illusion of a Godzilla-sized man made of people who steps outside of his house and is shocked to find his Toyota Prius has morphed into four vehicles: a regular Prius, Prius V, Prius C concept and Prius Plug-In. This is the end of Mr. People Person, as he quickly disintegrates, leaving only his size-bazillion shoes and a bunch of little people behind.

24Toyota rethinks Prius ad, issues recall

Toyota just can't seem to catch a break lately. Increasing recalls and slipping Consumer Reports ratings and now this. In a seemingly innocent commercial touting the fuel efficiency of its much-loved Prius hybrid, the company took a playful jab at Fresno, California. Basically, they made Fresno look like a place in which you would only stop if you needed gas on the way to someplace better, which didn't sit too well with folks who call Fresno home. The ad made it to Digg and then all heck broke l

4Toyota gets hand slapped for false hybrid advertising in UK

Seems like it was just last month that Toyota was in trouble in the UK for running with a misleading Lexus RX400h ad (oh, wait, it was last month). And guess what? The Prius is not immune to the Toyota false advertising charge, either. The problem, once again, is overhyped environmental friendliness, according to the Guardian Unlimited.

1Student's Prius ad wins SCADDY best-in-show award

Ryan Duhaime used the Toyota Prius and an organic theme to develop a clever advertising concept as part of a class project at the Savannah College of Art and Design. His efforts were rewarded with a Best-in-Show and two gold SCADDY awards. His 30-second commercial follows the "natural progression" of owning a Prius. It took Duhaim 10 weeks to produce the piece. And if you want to watch the progress week by week and view the final video, check out Duahime's Web site. The page takes a while to loa

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