FUNNY Audi R8 commercial - cool Audi ad - "The hostage"

Funny Audi R8 commercial. The über cool Audi R8 ends up being in caught in a tight place in this twisted Audi ad. Check out the alternate edit (B) -- follow this link: http://youtu.be/PnJ0z2XiTKI This upload-instance of "Audi ad - "The Hostage" is the original upload from the spot premiere in 2008. This spot was written for Youtube as a creative showcase for the writer and uploader: Ole Caspersen (Youtube profile-name: ScaryFaze). The spot never ran on tv. The music is a bespoke composition written for this test-spot only with full commercial release for monetization. The spot was approved by Audi Denmark releasing creative and commercial rights for the writer as a monetizable showcase for Youtube. The R8 in the spot was provided by Audi Denmark. All actors, film crew members, editors and musicians participated voluntarily with full commercial release. The music was recorded for and published solely with this test-spot with full commercial release and it does not exist on any record label or in any music store. This is the original upload. Please forward any commercial rights questions to ole(a)caspersen.dk (writer and publisher of this test-spot). Director Anders Twin Twin. This spot is monetized elsewhere on Youtube -- instances uploaded by others on Youtube can be shown and monetized only if the filmclip or the "About" include a direct link to this original upload. -- Ole Caspersen, march. 8th 2016 Tags: VEVO Original Lorde - Royals (US Version) Audi 2013 Big game commercial "Prom" Funniest commercials of 2013 banned commercials funny commercials banned commercials 2013 funny commercials 2013 banned commercials 2012 funny commercials banned banned condom commercials banned viagra commercials banned superbowl commercials 2013 banned commercial funny banned commercials commercials funny commercial funny commercials 2013 condom commercials banned comercials sexy commercials stupid commercials illegal banned commercials

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