LeBron Raymone James is the legendary American basketball player who is the face of GMC Hummer EV, but in real life he prefers to ride a Tesla Model X.
In early February, during the Super Bowl, GM released an advertisement for 'Quiet Revolution' about its new GMC Hummer EV, which featured the famous NBA superstar LeBron James. According to Sporting News, it could cost GM about $5.6 million, in addition to what they paid LeBron, plus production costs for the ad itself.
Yesterday, a superstar posted a video of his children playing basketball in front of a garage. This video also clearly shows that Tesla Model X is in his garage.
This is a very important point, because Tesla uses $0 for advertising, while traditional car makers spend millions of dollars on advertising their products and try to saturate their videos with as many stars as possible. But at the same time, stars who advertise cars of other companies, in real life drive Tesla. So, Tesla is a welcome car among celebrities.
The best ads are customer reviews that are happy with their purchase. And let's be honest, Tesla produces high-class cars that already have such hardware and software that other manufacturers can only do in a few years. In addition, California automakers' cars are among the safest in the world, as evidenced by many tests.
In addition to LeBron, many famous people drive Tesla. Jaden Smith, Steve Wozniak, Lionel Richie also own Model X.
Leonardo DiCaprio, George Clooney, Matt Damon enjoy their Tesla Roadster.
Jay Leno, Brad Pitt, Ben Affleck, Jay Z, Simon Cowell, James Cameron, Jennifer Garner, Steven Spielberg, Katy Perry, Morgan Freeman, Jeremy Renner, Eva Longoria, Seth Green, Will Smith, Stephen Colbert, Cameron Diaz, Mark Ruffalo, Demi Moore, Harrison Ford have a chic Model S.
In addition to the above celebrities, there are many others who choose Tesla and they don't need advertising in order to know that Tesla is the best option for them and their families.
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