Here's proof that, perhaps, lawyers run the world.
This is the most bizarre disclaimer I've ever seen on a television commercial; far more peculiar than the standard "Do Not Attempt" disclaimer on most car commercials, even branding "Do Not Attempt" on commercials that are realized almost entirely with visual effects and cannot possibly be attempted in any way shape or form.
"What You Love", underneath shots of a contented young boy sticking his hand out the window of a moving car:
"Sticking your hand out the window is dangerous. Caution children not to engage in this activity."
An activity as innocuous as sticking one's hand out a moving car's window to feel the breeze, as depicted in the commercial that I'm looking at right now with the sultry tones of Chris Pine's voice guaranteeing my son will be so satisfied with life if I drive a BMW he will ponder the poetry of the universe by feeling the wind against his hand, is considered to exceed a level of risk for the lawyers at BMW such that it forces such a dire warning. A hand. Out the window.
The commercial is saying "You see that thing you can do with our product? Yeah, don't do that. It's dangerous!"
In a few years, we will reach to volume of disclaimers seen in the "Happy Fun Ball" commercial.