Super Bowl Ads: A Compilation Of Car Commercials For 2013's Big Game Page 2

February 1, 2013

Toyota RAV4 commercial featuring Kaley Cuoco

Moving on, Kia's second ad, "Hot Bots", is a little more conventional, starring former Miss. U.S.A. Alyssa Campanella in a clip for the all-new 2014 Forte: 

The folks at Ford are working overtime to rebrand Lincoln, and as proof of that, they're throwing an ad for the MKZ sedan into the Super Bowl fray. Clocking in at a whopping 90 seconds, its a curious piece, based on a story crafted through tweets from Lincoln fans. Seriously. Have a look:

Given that this year's game will take place at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Mercedes could've probably bypassed the traditional 30-second spot -- and in fact, it did. The company's nearly two-minute-long commercial to tout the new CLA class starts with a nod to the 80s film Angel Heart (set in New Orleans, FYI), then trots out a cast that includes Willem Dafoe, Usher, and Kate Upton. It's well worth your time: 

By our reckoning, Toyota's preview/trailer may be the best of the bunch. The clip for the new RAV4 doesn't have a strong narrative, but it's got some great visuals, and honestly, the sight of Kaley Cuoco (both here and in her Priceline ads) makes us smile:

Volkswagen's "Get Happy" ad probably won't be the hit that "The Force" was two years ago. In fact, for those of us who lived next door to the Pi Kappa Alpha house in college, the central character hits a little too close to home. But hey, judge for yourself:

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