Over 25 Super Bowl 2012 Ads are already released including the Volkswagen Super Bowl 2012 commercial. Honda and Acura are closing in on Volkswagen this year with their Matthew Broderick and Jerry Seinfeld ads.
The Super Bowl 2012 is this Sunday. Take an early look at the amazing and funny Super Bowl 2012 commercials already today. We have now already over 25 of this year's Super Bowl commercials in our Super Bowl Video Gallery. Get your Super Bowl Ads Sneak Peek now.
Yesterday the most anticipated 2012 Super Bowl Ad got released. The Volkswagen Super Bowl 2012 Ad is here and you can watch it now in an extended version. Find out what a dog named Bolt has to do with the Star Wars Cantina. The new Volkswagen Super Bowl 2012 Ad is though off to a slow start. Honda is eating Volkswagen's lunch in terms of video views on Youtube.
The Honda CR-V Super Bowl Ad with Matthew Broderick has been seen already by over 7 million people. This great Super Bowl commercial is also available now online as extended version.
Honda has also released a great Super Bowl 2012 Commercial for Acura staring Jerry Seinfeld that has been also very successful online with over 4 million views. Watch the Acura Super Bowl 2012 Ad now.
Another hot Super Bowl 2012 Ad has been released today as extended version. The Kia Super Bowl 2012 Ad is a male dream featuring Adriana Lima besides others. Watch the Kia Super Bowl 2012 Commercial now.
Coca-Cola just released their second Super Bowl 2012 Ad with the Polar Bears. Watch the Coca-Cola Superstition Super Bowl Ad now.
Hyundai has a huge line-up of Super Bowl 2012 Ads, but the Hyundai Super Bowl Commercial titled All for One stands out.
The Super Bowl 2012 is taking place in Indianapolis on February 5th, 2012. Just like last year, I4U News will be featuring again the Super Bowl for Geeks Guide. Of course the Super Bowl 2011 for Geeks Guide will be all about the Super Bowl Commercials and not the game. Watch the first 2012 Super Bowl Ads in our Super Bowl Ad Video Gallery. For even more Super Bowl 2012 Ads coverage visit our new Super Bowl Ads Blog.