Sneak Peek: Super Bowl commercials

Sneak Peek: Super Bowl commercials
January 31, 2013, 5:15 pm
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Supermodel Kate Upton stars in the Mercedes-Benz Super Bowl commercial.

The Super Bowl is the most watched event in America because it appeals to everyone. If you can't connect with the football on the field, there's always the thirty-second commercials, the cost of which will run you close to $4 million this year.

Here's a look a some of the Super Bowl commercials that have already leaked:

Mercedes-Benz: Supermodel Kate Upton washes her German luxury car in slow motion. Dont' worry, it's fooled over five million YouTube users, too.

WATCH HERE

Volkswagen: "Sunny Side" -- Reggae legend Jimmy Cliff joins the program to promote -- along with a few internet sensations -- VW's new slogan, "Get Happy."

WATCH HERE

Gildan Activewear: "Getaway" -- Making their Super Bowl advertising debut, the activewear company sponsors a man coming to, still wearing a blindfold and fuzzy hand cuffs from a seemingly very interesting night before.

WATCH HERE

Kraft's Mio: The sports drink drops company appears to have a new spokesperson, who doesn't know what's appropriate for television.

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Toyota: "#WishGranted" -- TV star Kaley Cuoco plugs in her Skee-Lo, whose hit song "I Wish" seriously alters reality.

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Taco Bell: "Grandpa Goes Wild" --  An elderly man drives his seemingly souped-up Rascal all over a local football stadium.

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Budweiser: No frogs this year. Just legs, as the beer company gives you only a glimpse of what's to come Feb. 3 -- Budweiser Black Crown.

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Go Daddy: No feigned nudity. We promise. But you better get your good idea online quickly.

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Coke: "Coke Race" -- The race is on. Who will you vote for -- Showgirls, Cowboys or Badlanders?

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Doritos: "Fashionista Daddy" -- One father is faced with a touch choice, join his friends

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Kia: "Space Babies" -- Where do babies come from? This bashful father -- and the new Sorento -- have all the answers.

WATCH HERE

Skechers: Blessed with the greatest 49ers quarterback as its spokesperson, the shoe company employed an old teammate of Joe Montana's to make a Super Bowl commercial that 49ers fans are sure to love. Check it out:

What's the best Super Bowl commercial you've ever seen?

 

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