Chrysler Super Bowl 2012 Ad is Unconventional and will only Air once says CEO

Sunday, February 5, 2012

The Chrysler Super Bowl 2012 commercial will stay a secret until it airs during the Super Bowl 2012 today. What we know for sure is that the Chrysler Super Bowl 2012 ad is again of epic length. The new Chrysler spot will also be 2 minutes long like the 2011 Chrysler Super Bowl commercial with Eminem.


Update:

Watch the new 2012 Chrysler Super Bowl Ad with Clint Eastwood.

A rumor spread by the Wall Street Journal says that Clint Eastwood is staring in the Chrysler ad giving America a pep talk.


The Detroid Free Press reports today about some statements Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne made Saturday night in regards to the 2012 Chrysler Super Bowl ad.

Marchionne said that the new Chrysler Ad will reflect the very spirit of what Chrysler is today and how they view their role in society. The ad will again be unconventional.  Marchionne once again says that is likely impossible to trump last year's ad in anyway.

Marchionne adds that the spot will only air once.
I expect though that Chrysler will publish the new 2012 Chrysler Commercial online.

Chrysler's Chief Marketing Officer said according to the Detroit Free Press report that the new Chrysler Ad will be meaningful and unexpected.

Chrysler is doing quite well again. The U.S. car maker turned a profit last year, the first time since 2005. Car sales increased 44% compared to last year.

Watch Chrysler "Imported from Detroit" ads below.









The Super Bowl 2012 is today and we provide live coverage of the Super Bowl Ads. Watch the fully released Super Bowl 2012 Commercials online now. Super Bowl Ads for Geeks is covering everything there is to know (Super Bowl 2012 Facts) about the Super Bowl 2012 Ads and more, leading up to the big game. The coverage on Super Bowl Ads for Geeks extends our famous Super Bowl for Geeks Guide on I4U News. See who the 2012 Super Bowl Advertisers are.

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