Audi Super Bowl Commercial

February 6, 2012 by staff 

Audi Super Bowl Commercial, Audi may have unveiled the ultimate party crasher during the Super Bowl Ad. This commercial played during the first quarter of the Super Bowl. Many were surprised to see Audi in the ad line up for this historic game.

The “Vampire Party” commercial shows an outdoor party filled with pointy toothed vampires. They have their music, dEcho & the Bunnymen’s “The Killing Time” playing in the background. You can see blood bags strewn around as the vamps apparently came prepared to drink the night away. There is a campfire and all the trimmings of a first class party, Vampire or not.

A late comer to the party is shown driving his car, fangs flashing and “bring your own blood” type O positive on the console. From the looks of it he is ready to have a great time. Unfortunately for him, and his party going friends the Audi LED “Daylight, now in a headlights” lights shine onto the party scene and immediately vaporize everyone there. The commercial ends with the forlorn driver all alone with a case of blood and no one to party with. Sad acoustic music is playing in the background.

This commercial features the Audi S7, and of course the “daylight headlights”. The Audi S7 features a new 4.0-liter twin turbo V-8 engine, along with outstandingly bright LED headlights. The power filled engine produces 406 pound feet of torque and 420 horsepower. It has been recorded at going 0 to 60 in 4.9 seconds and hits an electronically limited 155 miles per hour for top speed. It is more fuel efficient than what might be expected due to the new cylinder on demand system. This system disables four of the cylinders in the V-8 in order to conserve gas. The Audi S7 also has active engine mounts installed. These mounts cancel out any additional vibration and noise in the cabin to offer a smooth right.

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