The Maserati Super Bowl 2014 Ad was a big surprise at the Super Bowl. Chrysler Fiat kept the Maserati ad a secret and the poetic ad got viewers puzzled. According Kelley Blue Book though the Maserati Super Bowl ad worked better than any other Super Bowl car commercial.
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The Maserati Super Bowl 2014 Ad was a big surprise during the Big Game. Chrysler Fiat created an epic ad that talks about to walk out of the shadows, quietly walk out of the dark - and strike. The weird ad features the 2014 Maserati Ghibli. The little girl starring in the Maserati ad is no other than Academy Award-nominated actress Quvenzhane Wallis. The Maserati ad was different and confusing, but it worked better than all other Super Bowl car ads according to Kelley Blue Book. Maserati Ghibli searches increased 4,250% in new-car searches on KBB.com, the most of any advertised model during Super Bowl XLVIII.
Other cars advertised like Jaguar F-Type, Hyundai Genesis and Audi A3 increased 1,733%, 838% and 813% in search activity on the site after the ads aired, respectively. This is quite impressive feat for the Maserati brand. Clearly the Ghibli is the not very familiar car yet with most Americans, but you also could say that about the Jaguar F-Type. It looks like Chrysler Fiat will sell quite some of the affordable Maserati Ghibli (starts at $66,900).
Watch the Maserati Super Bowl Ad again below.
The story of Maserati’s introduction to the North American market with the Ghibli is one of hard work, dedication, and an element of surprise says Chrysler. Maserati brings this story of passion and tenacity to life in the Maserati Super Bowl ad titled "Strike."
Directed by American filmmaker David Gordon Green and filmed on location in Los Angeles, the Maserati Ad is a poetic nod to a brand with proven tradition and one of the highest standards of quality in the industry, who has been hard at work engineering an automobile that will usher it into the next 100 years of innovation—an automobile with power and personality capable of striking against the status quo.
The spot is relevant to Americans everywhere who have had struggles and obstacles to overcome. It is a reminder that with steadfast commitment to hard work and unwavering passion, we can deal with our own “giants” around us, we can overcome them and achieve what we set out to do.
First unveiled to the U.S. in November at the Los Angeles Auto Show, the Ghibli is Maserati’s first-ever mid-size four-door luxury sports sedan vehicle. Available with all-wheel-drive and starting at $66,900, the Ghibli is powered by a Ferrari built twin-turbo V6 engine capable of over four hundred horsepower. Advanced suspension, Brembo brakes and extensive use of aluminum ensure comfort, with an ease of performance ready when called upon. Within its striking aerodynamic silhouette, the cabin offers rich Italian leathers, woods and other high quality materials that are at the heart of the Maserati brand. The Ghibli upholds the tradition, luxury and performance that have marked the brand for a century at a more accessible price point and open the brand up to new buyers.
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