The latest ad for the new Volkswagen Golf in the Netherlands features a one very confused little dog that imitates the sounds of a Volkswagen while romping around a town. The message is “You don’t need to drive a Volkswagen to be impressed.”
The dog taunts other dogs at the traffic lights, does doughnuts around the fellow and even woofs like beepers on them parking sensors. The dog mimics the dexterity of the Golf – one car that does it all.
Speaking about the Golf, Volkswagen announced this week that it had already surpassed the 100,000 orders for the Golf on the European market only three months since its official launch on the market.
Listed since mid-November in Europe, Golf 7 has already taken his slice on the market. With the title of best-selling car in Europe for nine years, the new Golf easily managed to convert his popularity into purchase orders.
Since its market debut in 1974, the Golf has sold 29.4 million units worldwide. It is marketed in more than 120 countries around the world.