Lately ,Indus Motors Company (IMC) put a string of ads on social media giving emphasis on a variety of features of their flagship Toyota Corolla Altis Grande sedan.

Although the thought was satisfactory, the implementation of the adverts is very funny. The ads were carried out in an imperfect manner and were short of production value, somewhat considered as representing the top-of-the-line variant of the most well-liked sedan in Pakistan.

“Boys will be Boys”is the caption of one of the ads. It’s the one on the hit list of non-professionalism and expresses a relatively reckless message to the audience.

The video starts with an Altis Grande positioning on a signal with a father and son (driving) and is quickly be an adjunct to by a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IV. The guys in the Evo dare the Altis Grande and as soon as the signal goes green,they are engaged in a race.

Somewhat hard to digest was just come about, not only that the Altis banged the Evo, the latter loses balance on a wet bend whereas Altis by reason of its VSC system curved flawlessly. The Evo catches the father and son when they already had their refreshment at the end of the commercial.

There are more than a few factors that the ad is being bashed on social media. To begin with the choice of the rival vehicle was inaccurate. We don’t know what IMC was trying to provide evidence by putting a 2017 Corolla racing with a 20 year old Mitsubishi.