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Fiat takes on 'Fix It Again, Tony' in spot for the 500X

Fiat global brand head Olivier Francois calls Tony “the elephant in the room.” And for more than five years, Fiat has tried to run away from him, even though Tony does not exist, but no more.  » READ

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