Chevy Volt Commercial Uses Dirty Word

It’s not easy to produce an ad for a big car company these days. There are about 1 million rules to be followed and one of them is that you can’t quite use dirty language.
Well, the latest ad for the Chevy Volt has crossed this border, with the result being visible in the adjacent video. The clip, which was produced by advertising agency Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, shows “Priya” a Volt onwer that’s very happy with her car.

She goes on and on about how pleased she is with the gas mileage of the Vold and when she has to offer a conclusion at the end of the video, she says “You should get a Volt because it's going to save you a crapload of money." The video also shows a caption, which shows she actually wanted to say “boatload”.

What can we say? This is all F(rea)KING great!
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