While most of the comic book fans and MCU buffs are waiting with bated breaths for the upcoming Avengers Endgame movie, promotional campaigns for the movie are also being pushed out in dollops. Latest to join the list is a new TVC by Audi, which shows Captain Marvel driving an Audi e-Tron SUV. Titled ‘The Debriefing’ the whole TVc has been made in a comical manner and even gives some interesting spoilers for the upcoming movie. Take a look at the video below to check out Captain Marvel with the Audi SUV.
Apparently, Captain Marvel has just returned to Earth in this TVC, post receiving the pager message from Nick Fury after the events of the Avenger Infinity War. She is then led to a room by a female assistant in order to debrief her with what all has happened on Earth in her absence. Quite amusingly, the assistant uses action figures of other Marvel superheroes to give Captain Marvel an idea of how they look like.
Then there are some other comical references to social media, food and other things, all filmed in typical Marvel humour style. The debriefing then moves on to technology where Captain Marvel is told about the evolution of cell phones, to which she says that she is comfortable with her pager. Then the assistant comes to the car, which she says is electric and then takes Captain Marvel to it.
The car here, which is an Audi e-Tron SUV finished in all black, is then charged in an instant by Captian Marvel using her powers when she gets to know it is all electric. They get inside the car and start the SUV. A spoiler moment here could be the presence of Goose, the cat cum monster (Flerken) which was introduced in the Captain Marvel movie. They then go on for a drive in the SUV where the assistant prompts Captain Marvel by reminding her of speed limits and says they are still a thing on Earth.
Talking about the Audi e-Tron SUV, it is the flagship electric SUV from Audi and rivals the likes of the Jaguar I-Pace and Tesla Model X among others. The fully electric SUV gets an electric motor on each axle with the rear being slightly more powerful than the front with a 60:40 power split ratio. The 95kwh battery pack on the SUV form LG Chem churns out a total of 402 Bhp of power along with 664 Nm of torque and weighs around 700 kg. The AWD e-Tron has a range of 400 km and weighs a massive 2.5 tonne, a lot of which is contributed by the complex electric drivetrain. The interiors on the SUV are all black with multiple screens and quality materials.