Chevy’s Super Bowl ad sells the all-new Chevy Colorado pickup truck, which has built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi network. Their idea is to recommend you buy a truck that can stream the Super Bowl while driving, when the TV goes kaput. Two sports at the same time, not bad, until Referee Mc Cop pulls you over and offers the red card.
Mercedes Benz pulled a classic racing story and added their 2016 Mercedes-AMG GT S in it to retell the same moral in style. The story involves a hare, a tortoise, 503 horses and some other jungle creatures celebrating the event.
Fiat did it a bit different and exciting to say the least. It is about the all-new 2016 Fiat 500X crossover, emphasising on how it got the extra muscles, horses and the persuasion to exhilarate. Don’t try any of this at home.
Nissan made a 90 second ad titled ‘With Dad’ and used it to give us a glimpse of the production version of 2016 Maxima sedan. It is based on the Sports Sedan Concept showcased at 2013 Detroit Auto Show. They also previewed new Nissan GT-R LM NISMO that is set to take part in LM P1 class of FIA World Endurance Championship.
BMW shows in just 20 years how much the world has changed. In 1994, only countable people had knowledge or access to internet, but now, we do have systems that can count, but the number is staggering. Likewise, the auto industry has transcended so much, that the batteries that were used to power the headlamps now run the entire car, ditching the need for an engine! Watch the all-electric BMW i3 ad here.
Kia has brought in Pierce Brosnan to feature in the completely redesigned 2016 Kia Sorento. The ad is about the director explaining Brosnan’s role in the same ad. It has all the typical James Bond stuff, but not quite for Pierce.
If the last one didn’t have enough action for your thirst, here’s the Furious 7 Official Super Bowl TV Spot 2015 that will show cars featuring in never-before and never-again stunts.