Land Rover 'Parkour' commercial is all about go anywhere capabilities without showing a single vehicle

When was the last time you saw a car commercial with no cars in it? Land Rover USA has released a quite different commercial, that does not focus on the iconic Defender, or the recently unveiled Range Rover or the Range Rover Sport.

Instead we get to see a quartet of male parkour athletes demonstrating amazing feats of balance, fitness and gymnastics in the wilderness.

Land Rover says that these four athletes represent the “Above & Beyond” all-terrain, go anywhere capabilities of their vehicles.


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