Mercedes AA Class Sedan ad

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[Starts with Julia walking]

Julia Louis-Drefus: Isn’t it amazing how much of our world is powered by something so small [showing AA size battery that goes in TV remotes]. There are million uses for these little wonders. Well, make that a million and one.

[Cut to video commercial clip of Mercedes car]

Introducing the Mercedes AA class. The first fully electric luxury sedan powered entirely by AA batteries.

[Julia opens the boot of the car and it’s filled with AA size batteries.]

No more plugs. No more charging stations. Just 9,648 AA batteries. Zero emissions. Lifetime drivetrain warranty. And a top speed of 52 mph. Everything you’ve come to expect from Mercedes. On board satellite navigation. Bose stereo system. And ample trunk space to store extra batteries.

[Julia opens the trunk. The trunk is also filled with batteries.]

And it is the only luxury sedan to receive the prestigious AA+ grade, from Batteries magazine. The Mercedes AA also ranks best in class in safety. Thanks to standard curtain airbags.

[Cut slow motion video clip of car crashing to test airbags. As the car crashes, the AA size batteries are flying everywhere inside the car.]

A touch screen in the center console keeps you constantly informed of each battery’s power level. You’ll know battery is dying before it’s dead.

Console: In three miles replace batter. Replace- replace- replace– [showing many batteries that needs replacing]

Speaker Julia: You can replace them individually or all at once. With the ribbon release auto dump feature.

[Julia pulls the ribbon and the batteries start falling out of the car]

The Mercedes AA class luxury sedan… [Julia opens the door to get out but the door is stuck because of the batteries that just came out of the car] [Julia gets out hardly]

Batteries not included.

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Author: Don Roy King

Don Roy King has directed fourteen seasons of Saturday Night Live. That work has earned him ten Emmys and fourteen nominations. Additionally, he has been nominated for fifteen DGA Awards and won in 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020.

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