With the big game happening this weekend, it makes sense that some car companies decided to release their ads already. We’ve got your first look at the Super Bowl 2019 ads for Ram, Jeep and Dodge. Let’s see what FCA has planned for fans this year.
FCA Super Bowl 2019 Ads
Let’s kick off the Super Bowl 2019 ads with the offering from Dodge this year. In this FCA ad, you can see Dodge vehicles driving to Atlanta while a rendition of the Charlie Daniels Band song “Devil Went Down To Georgia” plays.
Maybe the big news this year was the unveiling of the Jeep Gladiator. That’s why it makes complete sense for Jeep to highlight this new truck in a spot during the Super Bowl. In the Super Bowl 2019 ad, we see the Gladiator pickup truck beating a junkyard car crusher. This ad was produced in conjunction with DDB.
Finally, we come to the Ram. You spend most of the commercial listening to dialogue regarding past Super Bowl ads. The two cowboys converse about their favorite spots of years gone by. Sadly, they have trouble remembering who they were for. That’s when the camera pans out to reveal the all-new Ram Heavy Duty. The Richards Group helped to make this ad possible.
Other Ads in the Works?
What’s most interesting is that Ford and GM are not expected to release any new advertising for this weekend’s Super Bowl. You would think they would be dying to compete against FCA, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. Either that or they simply don’t have the resources to invest right now.
Either way, we would love to hear from you – what is your favorite Super Bowl ad of all time? Can you remember who it was for or do you just remember the spot? Come back after the Super Bowl this week and let us know if one ad stands out to you more than another. It airs on CBS at 6:30 p.m. this Sunday.