Discussion in 'Mopar / FCA News' started by humdrum, Feb 3, 2017.
Do we know if FCA will do ads at the Superbowl? It has been a tradition.
Just did a little research, and it appears we will not see a FCA ad this year, with the possible exception of something from your local station.
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There may be an ad... we shall see.
Did I miss something? Is this not right?
Three Super Bowl spots
I'm thinking 3 ads.... Jeep/Ram/Pacifica?
Yup, we shall see what they are
Especially when they often air the same ads over the next several weeks. Or even years.
The farmer ad was good. I bet we see something on the Demon and Pacifica this year.
Oh man I didn't even think about the Demon showing up in the ad.
Surely: at least one Alfa Romeo (Giulia and stelvio) ad?? One for Jeep? The third: Pacifica esp hybrid, or maybe not! Or maybe 2 Alfa ones and a Jeep Compass-centric one? I wish they'd do a 'combined FCA all brands' one, IF that makes sense, given the occassion? On second typings: maybe not! ;-)
Totally forgot about the Compass and Stelvio. There'll probably be an ad on at least one of those two.
I bet on Jeep, RAM and Alfa... Although I wish one was a corporate one for all brands.
Alfa Giulia, Dodge Demon and Chrysler Pacifica hybrid seem to be the most likely, although maybe swap out Pacifica for the Jeep Compass instead.
I would love to see a Compass ad. Something as epic as when they introduced the 2011 Grand Cherokee. Compass is such an outstanding car but it seems to have gone under the radar.
Grand Cherokee Trackhawk? I feel as though there's no way FCA doesn't find a way to sneak in their bread and butter brand to an ad that is costing that much.
I say they will go for the 3 brands that they perceive as the most important:
If I was spending a gazillion dollars for an ad during the Long Island Super Bowl, yeah, I'd probably do that. But if I were sane instead I'd pour that money into more platforms, some new manufacturing equipment, and some marketing outreach to the guys still pining away for the Chryelser 200.
Jeep dodge alfa
I know people like this.... and this captured them like Hoosier captured Indiana basketball.
This is America.... this captured real people, real people who drive Rams.