Chevy Chase and Beverly D’Angelo reprise their national roles on Lampoon’s Christmas Day as Clark and Ellen Griswold for a new advertisement for the Ford Mustang Mach-E.
Comedian Chevy Chase reprises his role as Clark Griswold from “National Christmas Lampoon” in a new holiday ad Ford Mustang Mach E all-electric Crossing.
The 60-second venue features Chase alongside original cast member Beverly D’Angelo as his wife, Ellen, recreating an unforgettable scene from the 1989 movie where Clark tries to get outdoor Christmas lights on the family home to turn it on. But instead of staring at the sparkling trim, the family draws them to the Mustang Mac-E down the driveway.
Chase thanked Ford Motor for the role as well as an undisclosed amount of money paid for the ad: “It’s great to be back at Christmas again with my on-screen family and a variety of kids – and I have a Ford and Mustang and said in a statement that Mach-E is thankful for him. On paying me to do so. “I assume you’d expect some kind of rage on electric cars, but I can say with 85% certainty that this thing probably wouldn’t cause any blackouts in your area when plugged in.”
Ford posted the ad on YouTube ahead of its scheduled airing on Tuesday during a new broadcast of Saturday Night Live on Christmas at 9 pm on NBC.
The Mustang Mach-E, which will arrive with men American agentsImportant product for Ford. It is the first new electric vehicle under a $ 11 billion investment plan in electric cars until 2022, and it is the first Ford vehicle in Tesla – the leader in the electric vehicle industry.
The Chase-Mach-E announcement comes nearly a year after the actor’s well-received Super Bowl commercial for Fiat Chrysler’s Jeep brand Bill Murray repeats his role In 1993 “Groundhog Day”.