Super Bowl LVI Car Commercials Feature BMW, Hyundai, GM, Kia, Nissan, and Others In Electrifying and Funny Ads
Super Bowl LVI is sure to be something different in more ways than one when it takes place on Sunday, February 13th. When it comes to Super Bowl commercials, Super Bowl LVI looks to not disappoint with a full lineup of automotive brand commercials that electrify, stuns, and literally sells. There’s a newfound theme of automotive Super Bowl commercials as we move into a world of new Electric Vehicles (EVs). However, are these multi-million dollar Super Bowl commercials enough to gain new interest in EVs or do automotive manufacturers have more work cut out to “convert” the masses? The car Super Bowl LVI commercials consist of ones from BMW, Carvana, General Motors, Hyundai, Kia, Nissan, Polestar, Vroom, Wallbox, and WeatherTech.
Below we’ve given you the full versions of each Super Bowl LVI car commercial that will be airing during the big game with the exception of a couple that have only revealed ‘teasers’ until the big game day. Which one do you like the best and do you think you’ll be buying a new EV any time soon? Also, we want to know if any of these commercials change your idea or perception of EV ownership in the near future? Enjoy!
BMW: Zeus & Hera | BMW USA – Something Electric is Brewing | BMW USA x Arnold Schwarzenegger
Carvana – Official Big Game Commercial 2022 – “Oversharing Mom”
The Gang Is Back For Good | #EVerybodyIn
History of Evolution | IONIQ 5 | Hyundai
Robo Dog | The All-Electric Kia EV6
Nissan Presents: Thrill Driver – Official Trailer
“No Clichés” Big Game Teaser | Polestar
Vroom Official Big Game Commercial 2022 | Flake the Musical
Can Seth embrace electricity again?
WeatherTech Big Game Commercial 2022 – Special Ops: Fit Crew
By: Malcolm Hogan
Title: Super Bowl LVI Car Commercials Feature BMW, Hyundai, GM, Kia, Nissan, and Others In Electrifying and Funny Ads
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Published Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2022 14:11:33 +0000
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