Watch Kia Super Bowl 2018 Commercial With Steven Tyler Online

Posted: Feb 2 2018, 5:39am CST | by , in Super Bowl


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Watch Kia Super Bowl 2018 Commercial with Steven Tyler Online

The Kia Super Bowl 2018 ad is released.

The Kia Super Bowl 2018 ad is starring Steven Tyler beside Emerson Fittipaldi. Kia has now fully released the 1 minute Kia Super Bowl 2018 ad. Steven Tyler, a frequent Super Bowl ad celebrity, is driving a Kia Stinger in reverse around a race track. The result is that he gets out of the car as young 70s Steven Tyler.

The Kia Stinger is so fast that you can travel back in time. The funny guys behind the Kia ad also released a version of Youtube that is the Kia Super Bowl 2018 ad in reverse. Watch both versions below.

The Kia Stinger is designed in Frankfurt and developed on the Nürburgring to deliver the performance needed to take on BMW and Audi. The 60-second Kia Super Bowl 2018 ad will air in the third quarter of the Super Bowl LII and mark Kia's ninth consecutive year advertising in the Big Game broadcast.

Find all announced commercials in Super Bowl 2018 ads chart. Read the latest Super Bowl 2018 ad news.

See also the best Super Bowl 2018 TV deals available at Sam's Club, Best Buy, Target, Walmart, and Amazon. Super Bowl 2018 TV sales will continue until the Big Game. Also, don't miss the steep discounts on Sony.

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