Mercedes-Benz promotes its certified collision centers in a new commercial, highlighting that these are “a smart way to ensure that your vehicle and confidence are fully restored” when it comes to vehicle damage.
The spot, set in the parking lot of a supermarket, features a Mercedez-Benz that has a tough day. It is avoided at very few centimeters by two drivers, but not by a supermarket employee, who has an entire line of shopping carts hitting the front of the car because his attention was grabbed by a beautiful young woman who proves to be the car’s owner. However, she doesn’t make a tragedy out of it and calls instead her local Bercedes-Benz dealer to schedule a repair in a Certified Collision Center.
The ad also shows how the car is repaired in a Mercedes-Benz Certified Collision Center by expertly trained technicians who use genuine Mercedes-Benz parts and that “you can get right back on the road with a fully restored vehicle and… restored confidence”.
The opera song serving as soundrack is Beethoven’s “The Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125 (“Choral”) II Molto Vivace”, performed by Royal Philarmonic Orchestra.