According to Jeep, this is what the Utah Monolith is for
Unless you don't have access to the Internet, we're sure you're aware of the existence and eventual disappearance of unexplained monoliths worldwide. So, a fourth mysterious monolith appeared on the Isle of Wight, following similar sightings in the states of Utah and California, in the US, and Romania.
Although we still don't know who, or even what, caused the monoliths to keep increasing in number around the world, the memes are the best part of it.
Out to be a source of curiosity for some, while for others like Jeep it was an opportunity to launch an odd ad.
The brand shows the sparkling Utah monolith turned into a charging station plugged into an electric Jeep. The outcomes are just ideal because if there's a car that could take you to visit off-road destinations like those where the monoliths were put, it is certainly a Wrangler.
In fact, the plugin hybrid isn't likely to charge in the middle of nowhere, but hey, it's exciting to picture it, isn't it?
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