Chevy Representative #1: What do you think?
Woman #1: When I first sit in the seat, it makes me think of a BMW.
I have an ex who drove a BMW, and this is nicer than that. But—it
definitely reminds me of that car. Very nice, very comfortable.
Woman #2: I feel like I’m in a Lexus. This is an amazing interior.
[CARD: “REAL PEOPLE. NOT ACTORS.”]
Woman #3: You would think that this is a brand new Audi.
I mean, I don’t think it’s an Audi, it feels American-made.
Because…this. This part here, the what do you call it, the dongle
[laughing] obviously not. But I’ve only seen that in American cars. I
mean I’ve test-driven an Audi and the interior was similar. Except for
that. Like, not that part.
Woman #4: I’m sorry. I’d like to get out. Yes—
Chevy Representative #1: Oh, of course—
Woman #4: Excuse me. Thank you.
Chevy Representative: I’m sorry if—
Woman #4: No, no, you didn’t do anything wrong. It’s a very pretty interior—car. And I know what it is. It’s a Chevy. My son—
Chevy Representative #1: Oh, he has one?
Woman #4: He—did have one. It doesn’t matter. It’s not what you’re looking for.
Chevy Representative #1: No, please! I didn’t mean to—
Woman #4: Oh, of course. You didn’t do anything. All of you are very nice. And you know—oh my. It’s silly, really. My son—he’s—he’s late. My late son. He died a number of years ago. He—
Chevy Representative #1: I’m so sorry!
Woman #4: No! Thank you. No. No. It’s a nice car. He just—so he—well, he died in a Chevy. He was—well, I guess it doesn’t matter. He was drinking. And I went in there and—
Chevy Representative #1: Oh, my god, I totally—
Woman #4: —remembered what it was. But not the same car. I mean this was years and years ago. But I know the inside of a Chevy. So it’s not fair to—
Chevy Representative #1: Oh, please, you don’t have to—
Woman #4: —okay—
Chevy Representative #1: —honestly—
Woman #4: Okay. Well, I feel silly. You’ve been very nice. But of course I sat right down and knew it was a Chevy.
Chevy Representative #1: Of course, I totally understand. And obviously we—we’re not using this. We wouldn’t—I’m really sorry. Maybe we should—
Woman #4: Yes. If you don’t mind.
Chevy Representative #1 [to Chevy Representative #2]: Can you? Thanks. [To Woman #4]: I’m really sorry—
Woman #4: Oh!
Chevy Representative #1: We have—
Woman #4: Right! Well. The funny thing about it is, he always bought Chevys. I remember he said to me once, something like, like, “Mom, in a Chevy you can feel the, the love, when it was made, how much it means to everyone.” I never forgot that. You know, he said, all the people who do the work, hard-working people, working on, I guess, well, an assembly line? But—oh my. And so when [inaudible, receding]…
Chevy Representative #1 [laughing]: Of course [inaudible, receding]…
Woman #5: It’s like a luxury car! Like a high-end Ford. Well, not Ford. But don’t they make a luxury car? Doesn’t matter, I just mean, this is nice. If you guys aren’t Ford, I’m really—
Chevy Representative #2 [laughing]: No worries, no worries!
Man #1: I think it feels…kind of like an Infinti. Or…whatever the one Toyota makes is. Are you Toyota?
Chevy Representative #2 [laughing]: Well, you know, I can’t.
Man #1: Right, of course. Tried to fool you there! [To Woman #5]: Is it Toyota?Woman #5: I don’t know what you’re talking about.
Chevy Representative #2 [laughing]: Good try, though!
Woman #6: Very similar to a Range Rover.
Man #2: This is pretty high tech—
Woman #6: Yeah, it is.
Man #2: These, these—the buttons. All—like, I haven’t seen buttons here in a
car. What the hell do these do? So many buttons. Like this makes me
feel old. [Laughs.]
Woman #2: It reminds me of the Mercedes.
[CARD: “WHAT CAR COMPANY ARE THEY TALKING ABOUT?”]
Man #3: This is Chevy? Wow.
Woman #7 [laughing]: I heard you guys talking, so I knew it was Chevy, I’m sorry, I’m sorry! [Laughing.] Breach of contract!
Woman #8: I have a new appreciation for Chevy. They thought about me.
There are so many features in this car where it’s like, how do they
know? Like, I wanted this here, and you put it here. I always thought,
you know, with the seats, being able to do this? And here you can. You
can do that. Totally sold on this.
Man #4: They totally rocked this. Great fucking car. Oh.
Man #5: So this feels pretty boss. Oh, like, but don’t use that. I don’t normally say “boss.”
Woman #9 [laughing]: He doesn’t! Oh, maybe one time, but really! He doesn’t say that. [To Man #5]: Who says that? What?
Man #5: Just came out. Just came out. I like the car, what can I say? I like the car.
#9: I like—well, it’s okay. It’s an okay car, but I don’t think I’d
buy it. I’m not being insulting, it’s fine, it just isn’t something I
would buy. But that’s me. That’s me. I—you know, that’s me. But [to Man #5] dude, “boss”?
Man #5: Definitely not using us now! [Laughing.]
Woman #9: It looks pretty dope, though. Not right for me but I’m not complaining about the look. Great.
#6: Not surprised. I mean, not being a jerk. But I don’t love Chevys
and I sat down and honestly what I thought was, Chevy. Chevy.
Man #7: You have all these people here, and they seem to like the car a lot. So you’re happy, I suppose! [Laughing.] That’s pretty cool.
Woman #10: This is the jam.
Man #8: Pretty bomb, dude. Pretty bomb.
Woman (unidentified voice): Maybe I will go Chevy.
Man (unidentified voice): [To unidentified group member]: Well, I didn’t know! I was just sitting outside, on, on Tranter Street, eating from my, whatever, and this guys says, “Want to be in a commercial? Because we’re just, you know, a block or two down from here…” And I was like, ”Definitely.”
[OUT CARD: “CHEVY. FIND NEW ROADS.”]
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