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PostHeaderIcon Butthurt Alert: Ram Superbowl Commercial Sparks Outrage

As expected, Super Bowl LII had its fair share of commercials. There were some good ones, and there were some bad ones. None of them, though, were as controversial as the Ram commercial that used a portion of Martin Luther King Jr’s speech. To say that it wasn’t well-received would be an understatement. It was panned, criticized, and obliterated for using the speech as a means to sell Ram trucks, a clear misinterpretation of the actual message of King’s speech. But given what we’ve come to know since, was it really a case of insensitivity on Ram’s part or was it all a big misunderstanding of the ad’s real purpose?


I understand the initial negative response towards the commercial. I found it a little too self-serving myself, not because I thought Ram was intentionally using the message of King’s speech in a bad light, but because it was doing it — indirectly, at least — to peddle its products.

It’s come to light since the ad drew backlash that the Estate of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., through its manager, Eric D. Tidwell, made the decision to allow King’s sermon to be used in the ad. “When Ram approached the King Estate with the idea of featuring Dr. King’s voice in a new ‘Built To Serve’ commercial, we were pleasantly surprised at the existence of the Ram Nation volunteers and their efforts,” Tidwell said in a statement to The Washington Post.

“We found that the overall message of the ad embodied Dr. King’s philosophy that true greatness is achieved by serving others,” Tidwell added.


Unfortunately, the King Center, which was founded by his wife, Coretta Scott, tweeted that center and its chief executive, Bernice King, the youngest of King’s children, did not approve the use of King’s speech in the commercial. “Neither @TheKingCenter nor @BerniceKing is the entity that approves the use of #MLK’s words or imagery for use in merchandise, entertainment (movies, music, artwork, etc) or advertisement, including tonight’s @Dodge #SuperBowl commercial,” the tweet said.

Clearly, someone from King’s side dropped the ball there. If the estate gave the go-signal to use the speech, why wasn’t his family notified of the decision?

For its part, FCA defended the commercial, saying that it “worked closely with the representatives of the Martin Luther King Jr. estate to receive the necessary approvals and estate representatives were a very important part of the creative process every step of the way.”

Regardless of what you think, the commercial will live in infamy now, even if it probably wasn’t the intention.

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PostHeaderIcon Superbowl LII Throwback: All of the Car Commercials From the Big Game

Maybe your team lost, or maybe you sided with the Patriots before they started to make that massive comeback. One thing that was sure to make you happy either way was the various car commercials that debuted during the game. There was certainly something for everyone, like the Lamborghini Monster ad for supercar freaks or, if you’re into Offroad, the Jeep commercials. Hell, the Ram commercials hit us right in the feels on a number of levels. Needless to say, if you didn’t watch the game, you should probably catch up on all of the car commercials. They didn’t all have the pizzazz that we’ve come to love from the past, but they are all worth their weight, that’s for sure. So, with that said, we’ve compiled them all down below. If you haven’t watched them, take a half hour or so out of your day to enjoy each one. You might be happy that you did.

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Hyundai: Ref to the Rescue


Jeep: The Road


Jeep: Anti-Manifesto


Jeep: Jeep Jurassic


Kia: Feel Something Again


Lexus: Long Live the King


Lamborghini\Monster: Monster


Ram: Built to Serve


Ram: We will Rock You


Toyota: Good Odds


Toyota Mobility Anthem:


Toyota: One Team


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PostHeaderIcon Superbowl LII Throwback: All of the Car Commercials From the Big Game

Maybe your team lost, or maybe you sided with the Patriots before they started to make that massive comeback. One thing that was sure to make you happy either way was the various car commercials that debuted during the game. There was certainly something for everyone, like the Lamborghini Monster ad for supercar freaks or, if you’re into Offroad, the Jeep commercials. Hell, the Ram commercials hit us right in the feels on a number of levels. Needless to say, if you didn’t watch the game, you should probably catch up on all of the car commercials. They didn’t all have the pizzazz that we’ve come to love from the past, but they are all worth their weight, that’s for sure. So, with that said, we’ve compiled them all down below. If you haven’t watched them, take a half hour or so out of your day to enjoy each one. You might be happy that you did.

Hyundai Hope Detector


Hyundai: Ref to the Rescue


Jeep: The Road


Jeep: Anti-Manifesto


Jeep: Jeep Jurassic


Kia: Feel Something Again


Lexus: Long Live the King


Lamborghini\Monster: Monster


Ram: Built to Serve


Ram: We will Rock You


Toyota: Good Odds


Toyota Mobility Anthem:


Toyota: One Team


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PostHeaderIcon Ram 1500 Super Bowl LII Ad Takes Subtle Shot at Minnesota Vikings

There’s something to be said for a commercial that nails it with the subtlest of hints. I’ll submit this ad for the new 2019 Ram 1500 pickup as a perfect example of that. The theme of the ad centers around a group of Icelandic Vikings who make the trip to Minnesota from Iceland to watch Super Bowl LII, presumably because they thought the Minnesota Vikings were actually playing in it. From there, hilarity — and a fitting closing tagline — ensues.


The ad itself has a lot of authenticity to it because it was shot in Iceland. The commercial starts off with a Viking driving the Ram 1500 and picking up his buddies for the long row from Iceland to Minneapolis. An uptempo cut of Queen’s song, “We Will Rock You” sets the stage for the commercial, which cuts to the Vikings in a longship, rowing to Minneapolis with the Ram 1500 in tow. Once they hit land, the rambunctious group make the drive to Minneapolis, only to find out through the radio that the Vikes of Minnesota aren’t playing in “tonight’s matchup.” (FYI, the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC title game on their way to beating the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII).

Dejected, the suddenly forlorn group of Vikings make a U-turn back to their longship where they once again sing their rousing rendition of Queen’s hit song. That’s when the voice-over comes in with a perfectly placed tagline, calling the Ram 1500 as a pickup that’s “built for the unexpected.”

It’s a tremendous exclamation point to a fantastic commercial from Ram.

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PostHeaderIcon Toyota Drops Two ads for Super Bowl LII Prior To The Big Game

Toyota will run no less than three ads this Sunday in a string of highly coveted time slots during the Super Bowl, a first for the Japanese auto behemoth. The ads will go heavy on the sports and feature athletes from the Olympic and Paralympic Games, with the theme being “Unity, Courage And Inspiration.”

Continue reading for the full story.

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“This year, the automaker is going big, buying up three spots and a whopping 150 seconds of airtime.”

While Toyota has a pretty solid history when it comes to Super Bowl ads, the automaker decided to forego buying slots during last year’s Big Game, citing a mismatch in timing for its various campaigns. This year, however, the automaker is going big, buying up three spots and a whopping 150 seconds of airtime.

The ads will run during the first quarter, after the half-time show, and during the second half.

Two of the ads will come from Toyota’s “Start Your Impossible” campaign, with the third shown as a continuation of its older “Let’s Go Places” campaign.

The first ad, entitled “Good Odds,” will be 60 seconds in length and feature the story of Canadian Alpine Skier Lauren Woolstencroft, a Paralympic gold medalist. The video quickly chronicles Woolstencroft’s journey from birth as she works to overcome her disability and join the ranks of elite athletes. Watch it below.


The second ad will also be a minute in length, and will feature a diverse group of sports fans coming together to share their passion for competition. Tune in on Sunday to watch it.

The third and final ad will be 30 seconds in length, and is entitled “Mobility For All.” Once again, Toyota is featuring Olympic and Paralympic athletes, as well as “people from ages ranging one to 100 in all stages of life.” The ad is meant to show Toyota’s “shift to a mobility company by showcasing some examples of Toyota’s mobility technologies,” and includes flying machines and lan-tastic three-wheelers. Watch it below.


“With the Super Bowl and the Olympics just days apart in NBC, we’re excited to join fans’ enthusiasm for these two world-class events and connect with them by sharing meaningful and inspiring TV spots,” says group vice president of marketing at Toyota Motor North America, Ed Laukes.

The ads are certainly quite inspiring, and do well to bolster the visibility of the Toyota brand.

No word on the new Supra though.

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PostHeaderIcon Toyota Drops Two ads for Super Bowl LII Prior To The Big Game

Toyota will run no less than three ads this Sunday in a string of highly coveted time slots during the Super Bowl, a first for the Japanese auto behemoth. The ads will go heavy on the sports and feature athletes from the Olympic and Paralympic Games, with the theme being “Unity, Courage And Inspiration.”

Continue reading for the full story.

The Full Story


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“This year, the automaker is going big, buying up three spots and a whopping 150 seconds of airtime.”

While Toyota has a pretty solid history when it comes to Super Bowl ads, the automaker decided to forego buying slots during last year’s Big Game, citing a mismatch in timing for its various campaigns. This year, however, the automaker is going big, buying up three spots and a whopping 150 seconds of airtime.

The ads will run during the first quarter, after the half-time show, and during the second half.

Two of the ads will come from Toyota’s “Start Your Impossible” campaign, with the third shown as a continuation of its older “Let’s Go Places” campaign.

The first ad, entitled “Good Odds,” will be 60 seconds in length and feature the story of Canadian Alpine Skier Lauren Woolstencroft, a Paralympic gold medalist. The video quickly chronicles Woolstencroft’s journey from birth as she works to overcome her disability and join the ranks of elite athletes. Watch it below.


The second ad will also be a minute in length, and will feature a diverse group of sports fans coming together to share their passion for competition. Tune in on Sunday to watch it.

The third and final ad will be 30 seconds in length, and is entitled “Mobility For All.” Once again, Toyota is featuring Olympic and Paralympic athletes, as well as “people from ages ranging one to 100 in all stages of life.” The ad is meant to show Toyota’s “shift to a mobility company by showcasing some examples of Toyota’s mobility technologies,” and includes flying machines and lan-tastic three-wheelers. Watch it below.


“With the Super Bowl and the Olympics just days apart in NBC, we’re excited to join fans’ enthusiasm for these two world-class events and connect with them by sharing meaningful and inspiring TV spots,” says group vice president of marketing at Toyota Motor North America, Ed Laukes.

The ads are certainly quite inspiring, and do well to bolster the visibility of the Toyota brand.

No word on the new Supra though.

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PostHeaderIcon Toyota Drops Two ads for Super Bowl LII Prior To The Big Game

Toyota will run no less than three ads this Sunday in a string of highly coveted time slots during the Super Bowl, a first for the Japanese auto behemoth. The ads will go heavy on the sports and feature athletes from the Olympic and Paralympic Games, with the theme being “Unity, Courage And Inspiration.”

Continue reading for the full story.

The Full Story


Toyota Drops Two ads for Super Bowl LII Prior To The Big Game - image 765078
“This year, the automaker is going big, buying up three spots and a whopping 150 seconds of airtime.”

While Toyota has a pretty solid history when it comes to Super Bowl ads, the automaker decided to forego buying slots during last year’s Big Game, citing a mismatch in timing for its various campaigns. This year, however, the automaker is going big, buying up three spots and a whopping 150 seconds of airtime.

The ads will run during the first quarter, after the half-time show, and during the second half.

Two of the ads will come from Toyota’s “Start Your Impossible” campaign, with the third shown as a continuation of its older “Let’s Go Places” campaign.

The first ad, entitled “Good Odds,” will be 60 seconds in length and feature the story of Canadian Alpine Skier Lauren Woolstencroft, a Paralympic gold medalist. The video quickly chronicles Woolstencroft’s journey from birth as she works to overcome her disability and join the ranks of elite athletes. Watch it below.


The second ad will also be a minute in length, and will feature a diverse group of sports fans coming together to share their passion for competition. Tune in on Sunday to watch it.

The third and final ad will be 30 seconds in length, and is entitled “Mobility For All.” Once again, Toyota is featuring Olympic and Paralympic athletes, as well as “people from ages ranging one to 100 in all stages of life.” The ad is meant to show Toyota’s “shift to a mobility company by showcasing some examples of Toyota’s mobility technologies,” and includes flying machines and lan-tastic three-wheelers. Watch it below.


“With the Super Bowl and the Olympics just days apart in NBC, we’re excited to join fans’ enthusiasm for these two world-class events and connect with them by sharing meaningful and inspiring TV spots,” says group vice president of marketing at Toyota Motor North America, Ed Laukes.

The ads are certainly quite inspiring, and do well to bolster the visibility of the Toyota brand.

No word on the new Supra though.

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PostHeaderIcon You Can Rent A Tesla In Minneapolis For Super Bowl Week

Normally, if you wanna drive around in a new Tesla for a little while, you gotta have a trusting friend with one already parked in his or her driveway. Now, one rental company in Minnesota is offering folks a shot at experiencing a Tesla first-hand by renting them out during Super Bowl week.

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Thanks to its silent-running motors and low-end all-electron torque shove, driving a Tesla is most definitely an interesting and unique experience. The badge carries quite a bit of clout, which has prompted a variety of rental companies to offer the California-sourced EVs as their exclusive brand. Trevls is one such company, and now the Minneapolis-based firm is setting up shop at the Mall of America to push its 20-Tesla strong fleet out to visitors in town for the Big Game.

Pricing ranges between $195 per day for the Model S sedan, while the Model X sport utility vehicle is $350 per day. Funny enough, Trevls is even offering rental by the hour, which is perfect for anyone looking to take a Tesla for a test drive.


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“Finding a Model S parked inside the Mall of America is a bit of a windfall for Tesla, as the company has been vying to get a location there to tempt potential buyers.”

Finding a Model S parked inside the Mall of America is a bit of a windfall for Tesla, as the company has been vying to get a location there to tempt potential buyers. However, state law stipulates car sales must be done through a dealer, which is a sales model Tesla refuses to adopt, instead preferring direct sales. However, a rental company offering hour-long rates circumvents the issue entirely.

As a reminder, the current Tesla Model S comes in three different flavors, including the 275-mile 75D, the 351-mile 100D, and the top-trim 337-mile P100D. That last model manages an incredible run to 60 mph in just 2.3 seconds. Meanwhile, the Model X features seating for up to seven passengers, Falcon Wing doors, and 295 miles per charge.

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PostHeaderIcon Mercedes Is Giving Away An AMG C43 Coupe During The Super Bowl

Do you have a smartphone, a finger, and an astounding amount of free time? Then you could very well win a pumped-up German luxury two-door in Mercedes’ latest promotion.

Continue reading for the full story.

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“The German brand is calling it “Last Fan Standing,” and the principle is identical – the last one to keep in contact with the auto takes it home as a prize. However, this time around, the competitors can be anywhere, and every one of them has their finger on their smartphone.”

Some of you out there might be familiar with that old car dealership promotion called “Last Man Standing,” wherein participants would place their hands on a car, and the last person to remain in contact with the auto took it home as a prize. It’s a game of patience and determination and calling into work sick the next day because dammit you’re gonna win this thing, and now, Mercedes is giving us a new digital version.

The German brand is calling it “Last Fan Standing,” and the principle is identical – the last one to keep in contact with the auto takes it home as a prize. However, this time around, the competitors can be anywhere, and every one of them has their finger on their smartphone.

“This new digital version requires players to use their fingers to follow a virtual Mercedes-AMG C43 Coupe around a smartphone screen until their patience or attention gives way,” Merc explains in a press release. “However, the original rules remain the same: lose contact with the car, you’re out. The last person touching the car wins it.”

Participants will be able to monitor their progress thanks to a real-time counter on the screen that displays the number of contestants currently playing the game and how long the game has been going on. To get into the mood, Merc is dropping an interactive training game that’ll help would-be players practice tracking the AMG Merc as it moves across the face of their smartphone.


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“Players who share on Twitter that they're participating are granted a five-minute “timeout” whenever they want.”

Official registration kicks off on game day, Sunday, February 4th, between 12:00 AM and 6:25 PM EST. If you’re interested, visit LastFanStanding.com to check it out. While there, you’ll also be able to find tips and advice on how to win, including phone charging suggestions and how to execute a bathroom break.

Additionally, players who share on Twitter that they’re participating are granted a five-minute “timeout” whenever they want.

The car itself is worth some $63,140, and the lucky winner will also receive roughly 20 grand extra to cover the various taxes and fees. The winner can also choose another Merc model if desired, but it’s unlikely you’ll get your hands on the Project One.

As a reminder, the Mercedes-AMG C43 comes equipped with an AMG-tuned 3.0-liter V-6 stuffed by two turbochargers to produce a total of 362 horsepower and 384 pound-feet of torque. Output is routed through a nine-speed automatic transmission and AWD system, with the 0-to-60 mph sprint completed in 4.6 seconds.

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