Mercedes-Benz CLA Super Bowl 2013 Ad Story Revealed
Mercedes-Benz is in the lead with online eyeballs for a Super Bowl 2013 Ad teaser. The Kate Upton Ad has already over 4 million views. Now Forbes has revealed the story of the Mercedes-Benz Super Bowl 2013 Ad promoting the very affordable new Mercedes CLA. The story is about the old make a deal with the devil and you get everything. The ad visualizes the dreams of a young man owning a Mercedes CLA. It involves red carpet appearance with Kate Upton, dancing with Usher and magazine covers.
The problem for the devil is that the young man can afford the CLA with his own money.
The spot stars Kate Upton, Usher and a mystery academy award winning actor playing the devil. The story sounds very promising. Until the reveal of the Mercedes-Benz Super Bowl 2013 ad watch the Kate Upton Ad below.
The Super Bowl 2013 will take place on Sunday, February 3, 2013 in New Orleans. Our traditional Super Bowl Ads for Geeks Guide will again feature full coverage of the Super Bowl Ads ahead and during the Super Bowl XLVII (superbowl 2013).
You will also be able to watch Super Bowl 2013 Ads here as soon as they are revealed. Many Super Bowl 2013 ads will be released well before the Super Bowl game day. See all confirmed Super Bowl 2013 Advertisers and the latest Super Bowl 2013 Ads announcements.
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