The 2017 Super Bowl is taking place on Sunday, February 5, 2017 and as it usual, the commercials are out. Companies use the opportunity of the commercial breaks to promote their brands.
Check out the commercials that will play in the Ad breaks at the 2017 Super Bowl.
1. Mercedes Benz
Riding on the open road with Steppenwolf’s “Born to be Wild” playing in your head. How do you make this experience any better? Hint: The legendary Peter Fonda might have an idea. Watch Peter Fonda come back for one more epic ride â€“ this time with The Coen Brothers
This is a story of a young girl competing in a downhill cart race in her hometown. As the fearless daughter weaves her way through a field of competitors, her father contemplates whether his daughterâ€™s worth will be measured by her gender through a series of provocative questions. It is a reminder that progress doesnâ€™t belong to any one group. Progress is for everyone.
Kia features actressÂ Melissa McCarthy as she sets off on a mission to save the planet. Unfortunately, she finds out the hard way that itâ€™s not easy to be an eco-warrior. Luckily, she drives the 2017 Kia Niro
If you canâ€™t believe your eyes when you see the new Buick, then youâ€™re in for a big surprise with â€œNot So Pee Wee Football,â€� starring Cam Newton and Miranda Kerr
Honda celebrates the people who chase their dreams with reckless abandon, and the amazing things that happen when their dreams come true. For us, they lead to vehicles like the all-new Honda CR-V, a 20-year dream come true.
Ford talks about the fact that they “go further” from innovation to realization. This is at the heart of everything theyÂ do at Ford.
Lexus shows us what to expect from the all newÂ LC 500. It features awesomeÂ dancer Charles Lil Buck Riley, with Sia serenading in the background
It is reported that Hyundai will also shoot its 2o17 Super Bowl commercial during the game. However it will reportedly airÂ the commercial immediately after the game ends.
Which is your best commercial? Tell us.
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