From the bustling streets of Milan comes Alfa Romeo’s latest automotive masterpiece – the Tonale, a luxurious hybrid SUV tailored for urbanites. Brimming with innovation and sophistication, this new ride is set to redefine the way we explore the city. And as the melody of the timeless hit “Amandote” fills the air, sung by the enchanting voice of Gianna Nannini, the Tonale ignites a symphony of emotions that will leave you yearning for the open road.
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Alfa Romeo Tonale’s “Live Unpredictably” commercial.
As the Alfa Romeo Tonale ad begins, we’re drawn into the intimate confines of the car’s sleek dashboard. But the real star of the show is the voice – an algorithm with a seductive edge. It knows everything about the woman waking up to its sultry whispers – her music tastes, exercise habits, even the dishes she craves.
But as the day unfolds, it becomes clear that this woman won’t be ruled by an algorithm. She savors her coffee by the window, then hits the streets for a morning workout with her friends. When an ad for pumps catches her eye, the algorithm chimes in with its predicted desires. But our heroine isn’t one to follow the crowd – she scoffs and keeps walking.
And when it comes time to make a major purchase, she chooses passion over predictability. The Alfa Romeo Tonale whizzes by in all its sleek glory, and she knows she’s found her match. With a grin, she plants a kiss on her partner and hits the road. And with a simple voice command to her trusty Alexa, she cancels her appointments for the day – free to live without prediction.
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What is the music for the new Alfa Romeo ad?
Alfa Romeo’s new SUV is making waves with its sleek design and top-of-the-line features, but what really sets it apart is the choice of soundtrack for its latest advertisement. Gianni Nannini’s soulful ballad “Amandote” has been given a fresh spin by the talented duo of Flavio Ibba and Laura Salvi, showcasing the versatility of the original tune.
Interestingly, “Amanda” was originally a punk rock hit by the Italian band CCCP, demonstrating just how far this timeless melody has come. To truly appreciate the evolution of this iconic song, check out the video featuring both versions – and be sure to keep an eye out for the equally talented Ibba and Salvi, who are making waves in the music and entertainment industry.