Pretty cool. That stunt driver did a pretty good job. The Renegade gets so close to the camera when it does its power slide.
they're security cars like you would see at any mall. I wouldn't call them true representatives of the batman brand no 0Pretty cool. That stunt driver did a pretty good job. The Renegade gets so close to the camera when it does its power slide.
I don't really think of the Renegade when I think of Wayne Industries and Batman though.
Or like every place around here with security cruising parking lots, something hybrid or a several year old ford escape.I'm a bit of a comic and superhero nerd, and I just don't think Wayne Industries would go for a Jeep, especially a Jeep Renegade. Wayne Industries would go more for a Cadillac or Mercedes-Benz, or perhaps Jaguar/Land Rover.
The one that got paid big bucks by Jeep/FCA Marketing for product placement.I'm confused, you don't think Wayne enterprises would go for a cost efficient solution for their security fleet?
LOL i just find it strange speculating on the ideological motivations behind a fictional company buying security vehicles.
What CEO/founder do you know that frets over the brand message his choice of throwaway compliance fleet vehicles projects to the proletariat?
I know this is an old thread but I just recently stumbled across it -and think it's pretty awesome that it'll be in the movie! So I'm bumping it.LOL thats amazing, really bare bones, looks like the "mules" spotted a few months back..
In other news, look at that rubber!