And now, the moment you've been waiting your whole life for: here's Darth Vader and the Stig driving a Porsche 550 Spyder in the snow.
May the fourth, also known as Star Wars Day, continues to gain steam online each year. This year has been no exception, and one place that has kept the fun flying is Denver International Airport. Lord Vader made a stop in Denver today, along with some of his Imperial Stormtroopers.
This honor goes to the October 1977 issue of Dirt Bike magazine, which had an authoritative Darth Vader looming large over his trusty dirt bike, "Droid." The fact that such a pairing never made it to The Empire Strikes Back just reeks of wasted potential.
Sometimes your car can be a huge time and energy saver. For example, I'm sure Trey Laymon, the owner of this Ford Raptor, finds that his truck saves him vast amounts of time by freeing him from saying "Hello. I adore the Empire from Star Wars more than anything, ever."
Max Page, the 7-year-old actor who played a mini Darth Vader in Volkswagen's 2011 Superbowl spot, has emerged from open heart surgery better than new. The two-hour operation corrected a congenital heart condition that had left the mini Sith with a faulty pulmonary valve and a hole in his heart since infancy.
Volkswagen's winning Super Bowl ad was just the tip of a massive marketing push to get Americans back in a fahrvergnügen mindset, part of its master plan to overtake Toyota as the world's largest automaker by 2018. Mike Sheldon, the head of ad agency Deutsche LA which created the spot summarized the approach above,…
Volkswagen just released these two Super Bowl commercials. The first is an awesome take on a tiny Darth Vader trying to use the Force to control everything from a doll to the new Passat. It's cute, and it works.
You do know that this is probably the coolest four-wheeled Halloween costume ever. We'd totally give this dude one of those extra-large Snickers bars.