Your Super Bowl Car Commercial Cheat Sheet
Ryan Reynolds, singing sheep, Christopher Walken, a vegan bear, and Serena Williams. Naturally.
The average Super Bowl commercial in 2015 cost $3.8 million for 30 seconds. This year that’s up to $5 million and beyond. Automakers seem inclined to post their ads online before the big day, but for those of you who don’t have YouTube, we’ve rounded them up for you.
Buick – “Experience the New Buick”
What we know: The brand’s first Super Bowl commercial will be a 30-second spot starring the Cascada convertible, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr., the Buick Envision, the lovely and talented and rather comely Emily Ratajkowski, and the Buick LaCrosse. But this brand is one of two holdouts, kindly requesting you come to the show if you want to see the act.
Acura NSX – “What He Said”
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