Ford Has Turned To Dragon Ball Z For Help Selling Focuses

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If you’re somewhere in your twenties and didn’t grow up under a rock (or without a TV) then you have probably seen an episode of “Dragon Ball Z.” The anime was a hit with both American and Japanese kids and is now being used to sell Fords, specifically Focuses. This new commercial will be instantly recognizable to fans of the show. Non-fans, however, won’t know what the hell is going on. It stars Gohan, Krillin and Porunga the dragon. But you already knew who all those characters were, right?

The ad does a good job of advertising the standard features of the sedan but we’re worried it may be a bit polarizing. After all, people who never saw the show won’t have any idea what the planet Namek is or why a dragon is granting wishes. Check it out for yourself and let us know what you think in the comments.

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