For nearly 20 years, jurassic park The film franchise has brought dinosaurs to life in a fantastic way. Now, the saga will end with Jurassic World Dominions, hit theaters on June 9. And the Jeep is ready for one last ride with the dinosaurs, only this time the dinosaurs aren’t chasing the Wrangler. They are in it.
That’s the crux of the new global marketing campaign that Jeep is launching, along with what is likely to become one of the highest-grossing films of 2022. The campaign looks simple enough – a one-minute video featuring owners of the new Jeep Wrangler. 4xe adopts an orphaned baby dinosaur as a pet. The dino dad unwittingly promises to protect the baby carnivores, and we’re forced to admit that the young dinosaurs sleeping in the Wrangler are absolutely adorable. Then momma shows up to destroy everything.
You might think this fun video features a baby and mother T-Rex, but you’d be wrong. This particular dinosaur is called Carnotaurus, a real theropod dinosaur thought to have lived in the Late Cretaceous period. However, there is a very limited fossil record, and although it is believed to resemble a T-Rex, Carnotaurus was never digitally recreated. In that regard, Jeep says the Carnotaurus was envisioned and brought to life specifically for this ad, marking its first appearance anywhere.
Of course, Jeep would prefer that you focus on the Wrangler. Everyone remembers Jeff Goldblum’s character Ian Malcolm from the first film, stating must be faster while fleeing an angry T-Rex in the back of a 1992 Jeep Wrangler. The Jeep (and Goldblum) vehicle will be featured in Dominion Jurassic Parkand chat with Motor1.com On the subject, Jeep CEO Christian Meunier said the company was “very interested” in offering a special edition Jeep linked to the film. Whether that leads to an actual model that people can buy remains to be seen, as Meunier can’t confirm anything specific in the pipeline.
“The Jeep brand has grown substantially in the three decades since the Wrangler’s first appearance in the original jurassic park “We’ve entered a new SUV segment, we’ve increased our global production footprint and, with the launch of our electric 4xe portfolio that includes the Wrangler 4xe, the Jeep brand is developing the most capable and sustainable 4×4 vehicle ever. in the world, meeting the needs of our growing global Jeep community.”
Jurassic World Dominions in theaters on June 9th.