Seven Sunday Films Indonesia's director iClaudius goes high altitude for Kia Mexico

Kia Mexico.jpgDirector iClaudius has enjoyed a gripping ride recently getting behind the driver's seat on a new energetic spot for Kia Mexico.

The commercial takes the viewer on a fast paced journey through mountainside forest terrain as the Kia Rio snakes around bends and turns. Cleverly shot and sharply edited, the commercial merges the enjoyment of freestyle driving with the power of auto technology.

Kia Mexico 2.jpgiClaudius said of the shoot, "After an arduous three-and-a-half hour drive south west of Mexico City, lays Nevada de Toluca National Park, an area laden with a variety of tundra, including pine tree forest, rolling arid hills, and a dormant volcano to top it off."

"With all the toys ranging from two drones, additional cameras, and a M16 gun-toting police escort, we managed to pull off this cool looking spot for Kia Mexico."

"FYI bring some oxygen if you're planning to go as it's tough to breathe at the 15,000' altitude. Great experience all around... Arriba, Arriba!"

iClaudius is represented by Seven Sunday Films in Indonesia.

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