No matter what your plans are for the weekend, you will be affected by football in one way or another. The big game has been the perfect advertising program for exotic cars for sale, and there’s no doubt we’ll see some great ads on Sunday night. So we thought it would be neat to look back at some of the better car commercials from games of the past.
10. Dodge: Wisdom
We all should be so lucky to see 100 candles on the cake.
9. Audi R8 V10 Plus
A salute to NASA’s brave pioneers, the Audi R8 V10 Plus has almost enough power to reach orbit.
8. Volkswagen: Darth Vader
A youngling unleashes the power of his costume on an unsuspecting VW.
7. Jerry Seinfeld & George Costanza
If you haven’t seen Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, it is Jerry’s show based on classic cars. Check it out on Netflix.
6. BMW: A Close Call
How to avoid a crisis: Allowing your BMW 5 Series to read your texts will help you steer clear of in-laws.
5. Chevrolet: Rockets
The new Corvette ZR1 is a 755 horsepower beast. But the C6 version was a mean machine also.
4. Mercedes-Benz: Soul
The CLA is an impressive ride, but we advise against signing your soul over to Willem Dafoe.
3. Ford GT: The One
Bill Ford wanted to set a precedent. The return of the Ford GT was a shock to the industry, just like the new version is today.
2. Fiat 500 Abarth
1. Jaguar: Villains
This commercial cost a boatload of money, but it was worth it. Jaguar has come a long way in a short time. The F-Type SVR is just as impressive on screen as it is in person.
There you have it, some of the best automotive advertisements in recent history. Tell us which one is your favorite in the comments below, and have a safe & responsible weekend.
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