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CHRYSLER SUPERBOWL FACT-CHECK

CHRYSLER SUPERBOWL FACT-CHECK

According to a report by the creative experts at PSFK, car-giant, Chrysler, is attempting to re-write history–in a not-so-flattering way! You see, some fact-checking has revealed that the company's Superbowl XLV spot for the new Chrysler 200 actually contains some anti-car sentiments via the work of Mexican artist, Diego Rivera. Although the ad's voice-over makes reference to the "hard work and conviction" of the Motor City while flashing through the art (:33), the truth is that Rivera's pieces were intended as protest against the souless assembly lines and car factories. Major conflict of interest!

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