Last night General Motors aired a Super Bowl commercial for the Chevy Silverado that not only successfully trolled their cross-town rivals at Ford — but also was the first Super Bowl ad where GM's created buzz without tripping over its own feet.
Of last night's commercials, Chrysler's Clint Eastwood ad was undoubtably one of the best. So why did the NFL claim copyright on the video and force YouTube to pull it down this morning? UPDATE!
As we told you a few months back, Sports Ilustrated swimsuit model Catrinel Menghia is the hot, anthropomorphic incarnation of the Fiat 500 Abarth in the now-famous ad every auto enthusiast in the United States has fallen in love with. Although she's actually Romanian instead of Italian, she certainly does a pretty…
Chrysler's newest "Imported From Detroit" ad — a campaign that started at last year's Super Bowl with an ad starring Eminem — stars Clint Eastwood in yet another pitch-perfect ad for the littlest of the Big Three.
Yeah, so, we just heard there's an actual football game that goes on in between all of those car commercials. Who knew? Our priority's always been in the right place — the car ads.
UPDATED! Ford's not pleased with the Chevy truck super bowl ad that implies Ford trucks aren't built tough enough to survive the Mayan apocalypse. How upset are they? They're so pissed the automaker's sent letters to both GM and NBC asking them to pull the ad from tonight's big game.
Kia's Super Bowl ad throws every testosterone-filled cliché at you in the hopes of that some coolness will rub off on its Optima family sedan. Why? Because this is how things are done now. The only way to surprise us now is with subtlety.
It's apparently the '80s all over again, with Doc Brown's "Back To The Future" DeLorean now joining Ferris Bueller in this leaked Bud Light Super Bowl ad spot. Great Scot!
Two weeks after seeing Volkswagen's adorable teaser for their Super Bowl ad featuring dogs barking the Imperial March from Star Wars, here now is the automaker's amazing extended-length Super Bowl commercial. It's got everything you'd ever want from a big game ad — a dog and Darth Vader.
Welcome to a new feature where I ask our own Jason Torchinsky to answer random questions — from readers, people I meet on the streets, and imaginary folks he thinks he's talking to — in handy flowchart form. We call it "Flow on the Floor." Today he's answering: What Should My Super Bowl Ad Be? — Ed.
Appearance-wise, the 2013 Lexus GS has actually grown on me. I can't constantly ding Toyota/Lexus for being beige without acknowledging their new luxo-cruiser gives me a slight tingle in my trouser area. The same can't be said for their first-ever Super Bowl ad.
Equipped with AWD and a gasoline/electric hybrid powertrain, Acura's hoping its new NSX supercar will herald a new age of responsible supercar when it hits showrooms sometime in the next 24 months. If it succeeds, it's going to be one sought-after collector car, a seed Acura is trying to sow in this hilarious…
Loving Ferris Bueller's Day Off doesn't make you weird. That's normal for any child of the '80s. Even more normal is feeling pissed off at Honda for its "Ferris Bueller" Super Bowl ad.
The Nürburgring is sometimes called "The Green Hell" — and that's where Cadillac wants you to tell critics of the new ATS sedan to go in this commercial that'll air during next weekend's Super Bowl.
Last week the world wondered what Matthew Broderick was up to in a short ten-second teaser clip on YouTube where he appeared to be playing Ferris Bueller, the character from his famous flick "Ferris Bueller's Day Off."
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Hyundai made a big splash at the Super Bowl three years ago with the mid-financial-crisis "Hyundai Guarantee." This year their big game strategy is more funny than financially sound motoring purchases.
Honda won't deny what everyone wants to know and we already told you: That the mysterious Ferris Bueller Super Bowl ad is Honda's. Honda pitchman? I thought Ferris was gonna be a fry cook on Venus!
There's a lot of buzz right now for the clip above showing Matthew Broderick appearing to be a grown-up Ferris Bueller (bow-bow-chik-chika-chika sound effect included) looking to skip work for another day off.