Car companies are one of the biggest Super Bowl advertisers. The 2013 Super Bowl Car commercials are over the top. Most of the spots are awesome. We have put together the top 10 Super Bowl 2013 Car commercials below.
The Super Bowl 2013 is history. It had a poweroutage and the Baltimore Ravens won. There has been again an awesome line-up of Super Bowl ads including a ton of car superbowl ads. Volkswagen and Chrysler have dominated the car Super Bowl ads in the past years with extremely memorable spots that are still talked about today. I think everybody has seen the VW Mini Darth Vader spot and the Eminem Chrysler ad. This year though other car companies caught up or even surpassed these two Super Bowl ad stars. The Volkswagen Super Bowl 2013 Ad is a disappointment. It is nice, but nice is not good enough to go viral. The racist discussion helped the ad a bit, but it is for instance not in the top 10 of the USA Today Ad Meter ranking.
Mercedes got the most upfront hype with the Kate Upton Ad. The final Mercedes-Super Bowl 2013 Ad is star studded, but is not over the top. Below are our Top 10 Car Super Bowl 2013 Ads. VW and Mercedes are ranked last. We see the Kia Space Babies on top followed by the dramatic RAM Trucks Super Bowl 2013 Ad.
The Superbowl 2013 has been played. The Baltimore Ravens won against the San Francisco 49ers. Is the Power Outage to blame? Who cares. What stays from Super Bowl 2013 are the Super Bowl 2013 Ads. Watch all Super Bowl 2013 Ads now.
There have been again several very funny Super Bowl ads as well as very sexy ads. We have all ads covered that are must see.
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