Like every year, babies are the stars of superbowl commercials. For this Big Game, Kia is answering one of the first embarrassing questions that a child asks his parents, Where do babies come from. A typical conversation that occurs when a family is reunited in a car. This time the answer was quite elaborate. The Kia Sorento, an AWD 7 seater, featured in this video is available with a 3.5 liter V6 engine delivering 276 hp and 248 lb-ft of torque. The output power is more than enough to take your kids to the beach on a Saturday afternoon or take them skiing on a Sunday morning. The car looks fine, the ride looks comfy, the new materials used in the car look really good not cheap at all. Kia has really done some amazing improvements to its range of products in these last couple of years. The big advantage of being a South-Korean brand is the price, around 25000$ only! A German 7 seater costs at least three times as much.
For this years Big Game, Mercedes decided to feature its most recent creation, the CLA 250. This gorgeous four doors coupe will feature a 2.0 litre in line 4-cylinder engine delivering 208hp and 258 lb/ft of torque. It will be available in front wheel drive, the AWD edition will be released later on this year. A sportier version, the CLA45 AMG, will be released celebrating the 45th anniversary of Mercedes. It is said that it will feature a twin turbo charged edition of the in line 4 delivering around 320hp. Looking forward. I love this car it’s design is amazing. The wonderful front grill will be also featured in the Class A AMG hatchback.
For this commercial Mercedes are focusing on the cheap price of this new smaller version of the CLS. The main idea behind the commercial is: Why would you sell your soul to the devil to get everything you ever wanted when you can have it at just 29.999$. The idea is not very innovative but the execution is well done. Usher, Kate Upton and Willem Dafoe are featured in this commercial. Why? It is a Big Game commercial!
Introducing the Reinvented Camry SuperBowl commercial. It is offered in two choices of engine, a Base one powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder that produces 178 hp and 170 lb-ft of torque and a 3.5-liter V6 generating 268 hp and 248 lb-ft of torque. With this new design the Camry is moving back up to be a top choice for a midsize sedan. Both models are only available with front wheel drive and automatic transmissions. Regarding the ad, I find it meaningless. The insight behind the ad is really not clear.