2018 Super Bowl LII Car Commercials – Live(-ish) Coverage!

Chris Tonn
by Chris Tonn
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It’s time.

The Super Bowl LII automotive commercials are upon us.

I’ll be posting them below the jump, in reverse chronological order from their appearance. Keep refreshing your page to see the latest!


Fourth Quarter

It’s a Jeep commercial. You wouldn’t understand.

Hyundai makes people think they are being randomly selected by airport security, only to let them know that they are good people who have supported pediatric cancer research.

Third Quarter

Toyota, like all car makers, is all about mobility these days. In other words, the next Corolla will be a connected bicycle.

Kia employs a scarf enthusiast.

Jeep and Jeff Goldblum: A magical pair.

Lexus and superheroes – a winning combo.

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  • Bo darville Bo darville on Feb 05, 2018

    it was nice to see Capt. Jack Sparrow drive that kia backwards. is there another Pirate movie coming out this summer?

  • Whatnext Whatnext on Feb 06, 2018

    Whaddya bet a big chunk of the audience thought “What, Morgan Freeman is doing Ram commercials now?”

  • MRF 95 T-Bird The hideaway headlamps on these and other Ford vehicles of the era could have issues mostly vacuum related. Usually the vacuum hoses that ran to the actuators would deteriorate. The “coffee can” reservoir which was mounted in the front header was rarely an issue because it was protected from the elements. The other coffee can reservoir used for the HVAC controls and actuators and mounted under the passenger side wheel well had a tendency to rot away. I once replaced one on my 70 Mustang when I noticed that the vents were acting janky. Later model Fords like Fox bodies used a durable plastic globe shaped one. The radio on these 69-70 full-size Fords mounted on the left side of aircraft style instrument cluster within the drivers touch probably disappointed many young people. “Mom will you change the station?” “Andy Williams is so square”.
  • MichaelBug For me, two issues in particular:1. It can be difficult for me to maintain my lane on a rainy night. Here in southeastern PA, PennDOT's lane markings aren't very reflective. They can be almost impossible to make out when wet.2. Backing out of a parking space in a lot with heavy pedestrian traffic. Oftentimes people will walk right into my blind spot even if I am creeping back with my 4-way flashers blinking. (No backup camera in my '11 Toyota Camry.)Michael B 🙂
  • Tagbert When you publish series like this, could you include links to the previous articles in the series so that we can follow through? Thank you. Edit: now I see a link embedded in the first paragraph that goes to the previous story. It wasn’t clear at first where that link went but now I understand.
  • DungBeetle62 When you're in one of these, you life in a state of constant low-level nervous about 90% of the time. But that other 10% kinda makes up for it.
  • Garrett Instead of foisting this problem on the car companies and the people who buy cars, make those who possess liquor licenses and those who purchase alcohol take on the economic cost of this problem.