You'd think the dreadful news for Lincoln on Friday would be that January sales declined 22 percent from one year ago while the rest of the auto industry enjoyed robust sales growth.
Volkswagen's Super Bowl ad has been causing quite a stir since it was released. The commercial, which features the Beetle Turbo and a white, Minnesota man speaking with a Jamaican accent, has caused many to label the ad as "racist." But two Caribbean cultural groups have come forward to defend VW.
Due to the whole bankruptcy/bailout saga, it's been awhile since we've seen General Motors advertise during the Super Bowl. That may change next year, though. According to Automotive News, the company seeks a return to pre-bankruptcy ad-spending levels by upping this year's budget three to five percent. That includes running a Chevrolet-focused spot during Super Bowl XLV. The news co
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The Super Bowl is the single biggest advertising day of the year. Somewhere in the mix of all the great ads, a football game gets played, but the next day all we can talk about are the commercials. Back in October, Hyundai went all in purchasing two :30 spots during the big game. Earlier this week, however, the Korean automaker said it was backing out of the Super Bowl because of a weakening U.S. economy cou
When viewers tune-in to watch the 42nd annual Super Bowl on February 3rd, four automakers – Chevrolet, Hyundai, Toyota and Audi – will compete for the hearts and minds of the gridiron-obsessed masses.
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Turns out the trick-looking Cobalt we showed you earlier is actually an extra General Motors used in one of its Super Bowl commercials that will debut this Sunday. The car originally debuted as a 2005 SEMA vehicle (thanks, Nick!). The distinguish
Why hire an intern when you can get students to work for free? Chevrolet recently announced a contest wherein its ads for Super Bowl XLI will be created through a competition amongst teams of college students. All US college students can participate in The Chevy Super Bowl College Ad Challenge. Teams of up to three students will create the concept for a commercial promoting Chevrolet's new lineup of cars and crossovers, specifically the Aveo, Cobalt, HHR, and Equinox. Students will submit presen