From the some-automakers-have-more-money-than-sense department comes a new commercial for the
Audi RS6. The minute-long teaser spot features some kind of synchronized gymnastics routine that we guess is supposed to signify a bunch of people working together like a finely tuned machine. We think there are some gymnasts imitating the pistons in the blisteringly fast
RS6 V10, and there was a human crankshaft and some headlights too, but it's hard to tell with it being people in tights and all. The last three seconds is the first indication that this is a car commercial, as the front end of the sledge hammer RS6 is finally shown.
We know it's a teaser ad, but next time we'd like to see a little more sheet metal and a lot less flesh. Besides, didn't
Ford just do the
people as cars thing a couple months ago? Hit the jump to view the minute-long commercial, then let us know what you think in the comments.
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