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Hennessey Performance: Cadillac Wagon vs GTR R35

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March 16  |  Link Bait Tactics  |   Ryan Clark

While the auto world has been chatting up a storm over a video put out by the fine folks at Hennessey Performance, they’ve been lapping up the exposure. While you folks are in for another motorsport marketing example from me, and this won’t be the last but I’ll at least keep it short. They pitted their latest beast of a creation, their Cadillac wagon vs my personal favorte, the Nissan GTR. They ran the car on slicks against last years Nissan which is what has most people bickering about all over the web. Moral of the story? A little controversy that pits people against people will always drive traffic and branding your way. The story has been picked up on Autoblog.com and Jalaponik, two of the biggest auto industry blogs there are. Not to mention that, but Twitter and just about every related car forum is linking and chatting up a storm. All I can say is, way to go Hennessey and keep up the great work! Our CEO is saving his pennies for your Venom GT and he has very sexy dreams about that car every night!

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3 Responses to Hennessey Performance: Cadillac Wagon vs GTR R35

  1. Geoff says:

    I love that Wagon. It’s been a while since the last fast American wagon. Chevy Vegas? Anybody? Might have to get back into wagons if we can afford one of those as a company car. It’s versatile! Road trips to conferences? Comon boss!

  2. Wow this is great video.I love that Wagon.Keep sharing on..

  3. Web design London says:

     It’s versatile! Road trips to conferences? Comon boss!

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