Night time. People are attracted to a city square by a mysterious light. In the middle of the square is a giant glass Plasma Ball with a Ford Focus inside it. When people touch the giant Plasma Ball, orange light waves flow from the Ford Focus towards their touch points. The film, which was shot
Two light beams are attracted to the Ford Focus. As the vehicle drives through the city streets, the light beams playfully interact with it and transform into light graffiti figures of Marilyn Monroe, Paparazzi and hitchhikers who try to attract the attention of the Focus. Shot in Portugal, the film uses the theme of how
Ford has just launched an online customizer for the 2010 Mustang, and it’s darn fun to play with. You can choose from a variety of hoods, louvers, scoops, spoilers, grilles, wheels, stripes, and pretty much everything else you can put on the exterior of a Mustang. You can even decide the size of your Mustang’s
Brilliant flash site which brings creative ideas and flash functionalities together. Luv the idea to switch places around the world by changing the scenes behind and background music. It integrates with the product very well and there are also many new interesting flash UI elements.
On the heels of NBC’s hit movie Knight Rider, the iconic 1980s television classic comes roaring back to life as a reinvented, updated and super-charged action series showcasing the new KITT, played by a 2009 Ford Mustang. Absolutely the coolest car ever created, KITT is equipped with an “AI” (artificial intelligence) that is capable of