May 18, 2024

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Watch Every Car Commercial From Super Bowl LV, 2021’s Big Game

Let’s put our differences aside for a minute because whether you’re rooting for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers or the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV, we can all come together to appreciate a quality Super Bowl commercial. Especially if it includes cars. That’s why we’ve gathered every automotive ad from 2021’s Big Game for your viewing pleasure and put them right here in one place—we’ll continually update this post with the latest as they’re released, too. Enjoy!

Ford | “Finish Strong: Extended Version”

Ford is using its airtime to continue its #FinishStrong campaign, pushing for unity as “we’re so close” to emerging from the global coronavirus pandemic. There’s nary an F-150 or Mustang Mach-E—or any other Ford vehicle, for that matter—featured prominently anywhere.

General Motors | “No Way Norway” With Will Ferrell, Kenan Thompson, Awkwafina

Will Ferrell refuses to let Norway take the crown in electric vehicle sales (per capita, that is) from the United States, so he does what any proud American should: hops in a Cadillac Lyriq EV and recruits Kenan Thompson and Awkwafina to meet him in Norway. (Thompson and Awkwafina drive a GMC Hummer EV, of course).

Toyota | “Upstream” With Jessica Long

There are no cars in it, but Toyota’s Super Bowl commercial, which highlights Paralympic swimmer Jessica Long, is sure to pull at your heartstrings.

Vroom | “Dealership Pain”

Vroom wants car buyers to avoid the hassle of buying from a dealership, and to drive the point home it’s released a Super Bowl commercial that is sure to put an evil grin on Dick Cheney’s face.

WeatherTech | “WeatherTech Family Super Bowl Commercial 2021”

Some companies may view their employees as little more than cogs in a bigger machine. Not WeatherTech. Or at least that’s what the American company wants viewers of its Super Bowl ad to believe. While our research on working conditions at WeatherTech is nil, we have to admit the company’s ad makes a strong case for it truly being a workplace that respects both its employees and customers alike.