Mercedes Commercial About Surviving Death Valley Only Drinking The Water Emissions From Your Car

February 25, 2014


Ladies first, I insist.

This is a commercial for a Mercedes F-CELL vehicle featuring Hollywood couple I'm not familiar with Joshua Jackson (who I researched and discovered is famous for being in Mighty Ducks and on Dawson's Creek) and Diane Kruger (who I did not research but assume is famous for previously being married to Freddy Krueger and not taking his full name). Allegedly Joshua and Diane (not to be confused with Jack and Diane, two American kids doin' the best they can) drive across Death Valley drinking nothing but the water emissions from the car. Did they really? No clue, they are both actors after all. Cool if they did I guess. But you know what would have been even cooler? Driving across Death Valley only drinking your car's wiper fluid and antifreeze. Now that would be something to see.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Andreas, who once survived a trip across Canada eating nothing but the car's floor mats.

  • Beats drinking your own piss I suppose.

  • Michael Knight

    now, make a car that runs on pee and you've got something....

  • Job Genders

    Joshua Jackson and Anna Torv would be a better matching duo (fringe)

  • McfeelySmackup

    the highway through Death Valley is 52 miles. I think most people will survive just fine without sucking their exhaust pipe.

  • bgalker

    Come on Jackson is the kid from "The Mighty Ducks".

  • RareAwesomeman

    did you only read the first line?

  • Fake! The end product is pure water ... no minerals, no salts ... if they only drink this, they'll die ...

  • ShartInYourJacuzzi

    Calling a commercial fake is like calling the sky up. Douche.

  • Wise words!

  • McfeelySmackup

    if that was their only source of salts and minerals, yes. but then they'd be starving to death.

  • The Magnificent Newtboy

    And even if that was the case it would be slow enough to make it across.

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