As we inch closer, day-by-day, to the kickoff of this year's Super Bowl, the advertising world is letting the biggest ads "leak" out each and every day.
You can't even go watch clips on YouTube without being bombarded left and right with advertisements.
There seems to be a pretty healthy mix of vendors out there supplying "behind the scenes" video, teasers and "leaked" FULL spots. And, being that AutoSpies is vehicle-related, we'll give you ONE thread with the commercials we've seen out and about so far.
**Take a look below to see the muppets, Morpheus, morons and more!
Room for a whole flock of chickens, Terry Crews, a grand piano and the Muppets, but no room for boring. Sing along and see the all-new Toyota Highlander in the roomiest Big Game Ad of all time!
An unsuspecting couple meets Morpheus at a valet stand. He presents them with two choices: a red key or a blue key. Should they choose wisely, they'll never look at luxury—or Kia—the same again.
When Johnny Galecki happens upon an attractive young woman driving the same "Nice" Hyundai Elantra as him, sparks, pavement, cars and even Richard Lewis fly. Check out our official 2014 Big Game commercial, then learn more at http://www.NiceElantra.com.
Have you ever wondered why in Hollywood movies, all the villains are played by Brits? Visit http://www.britishvillains.com and let us introduce you to the newest British Villain. #GoodToBeBad
In the 2014 Game Day commercial from Volkswagen, watch as a father tells his daughter that every time a Volkswagen hits 100,000 miles, a German Engineer gets his wings. Learn more about the Power of German Engineering and Volkswagen vehicles with more than 100,000 miles: http://web.vw.com/why-vw/100k-miles/.
This 2014 Chevy Super Bowl commercial is the story about the new bachelor in town. Introducing the new 2015 Silverado HD, featuring the available Duramax diesel engine and the legendary Allison® transmission. Strong just got stronger. For all the roads ahead.
Comedian Rob Riggle takes a break while filming his big commercial for the big game. Tune in February 2, and learn the true meaning behind #nearlydouble.