Major players in the automotive and other industries spend a huge amount of money every year to secure a commercial space during the Super Bowl.
Some of the electric automakers that will launch their advertisements in the highly awaited event include BMW, Kia, Toyota and Volkswagen, among others. However, Toyota is leveraging the Super Bowl ad to introduce its new gas-powered 2024 Tacoma. There would also be two anti-Tesla ads from FSD Beta critisizer Dan O’Dowd.
Without further ado, here are the 2024 Super Bowl LVIII commercials from the abovementioned companies:
BMW I5 2024 SUPER BOWL COMMERCIAL
KIA EV9 2024 SUPER BOWL COMMERCIAL
TOYOTA TACOMA 2024 SUPER BOWL COMMERCIAL
VOLKSWAGEN ID.BUZZ 2024 SUPER BOWL COMMERCIAL
ANTI-TESLA FSD BETA COMMERCIALS FROM DAN O’DOWD
As you can see above, “The Dawn Project” announced its plans to release two ads about Tesla during the Super Bowl LVIII. As obvious in the caption, it would not be favourable to the Musk-led company.
“@ElonMusk says @Tesla is worth “basically zero” w/o self-driving, which is just vaporware & lies. This reckless experiment has claimed 33 lives. It doesn’t work and keeps trying to kill people. #BoycottTesla to keep your family safe.”
FSD Beta criticizer Dan O’Dowd
Potential Tesla ads
It would be exciting to see a Tesla ad at Super Bowl LVIII, but it probably would not be in the form of a video commercial.
In hindsight, last year’s league championship game features one of Frito-Lay’s decked-out Tesla Semis.
Tesla finally rolled out the Cybertruck last November so it would not be shocking if the all-electric pickup would have some kind of appearance at the game.
Interested attendees can watch the league championship game at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday, February 11, 2024.