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The worlds of car advertising and reality collide with the recent television commercial for the all-new Volkswagen Jetta. The joke of the commercial has an older 20/younger 30-something driving potential clients to the airport. Obviously the most important of the three clients reaches over to check the scores on the Jetta's radio only to be greeted with a high volume blast of thrash metal. However, as a smart Autoblog reader mentioned, the Jetta's stereo turns on with the previous selection on a low setting to prevent exactly this sort of moment. Who at the ad agency has the job of checking out the product they're working with?
Thanks for getting us thinking Ryan!