Jeep and Highdive “repurposed” the mysterious monolith into a charging station for the Jeep Wrangler PHEV (plug-in hybrid electric vehicle), and the organic post took off on the carmaker’s social channels.
At the time of this post, on Facebook, it became the top static social post on the Jeep channel in less than 24 hours, tallying the most Reactions year-to-date (over 102,000), the most shares (nearly 15,000) and the second-most comments (also nearly 15,000).
On Instagram, it had reached No. 3 in 2020 for the Jeep channel, with nearly 257,000 likes and over 3,000 comments at the time of this post.
It was also Jeep’s No. 3 tweet of 2020 at the time of this post, with over 3,000 likes, nearly 400 retweets and more than 300 comments.
The monolith may be gone, but it’s still resonating on the automaker’s social channels.