As this is the week before the big game, many advertisers have begun their dump of Superbowl commercials online for fans who simply can’t wait.
It seems Audi of America is one of the firsts to score a touchdown. In Prom, a sulking teenage boy discusses with his mom how he has no date for the dance. But right before he goes to the party alone, his dad tosses him the keys to his Audi.
A woman pulls up to a parking garage, puts her Audi in park, and step out. Then with just a few simple smartphone swipes, she commands her vehicle to self-park, and walks away.
In a scene that just ten years ago would be dubbed science fiction, the Audi turns back on, carefully rolls into the parking garage, and reverse-perpendicular parks just as well or better than any person could. All entirely controlled by computer.
The future is finally here. It’s just taking a while to load.
Like so many others, Audi has finally jumped onto the vampire bandwagon, even if they are a couple years late. They feature a ‘vampire party’ that is accidently ruined by Audi’s new headlights in their 2012 Super Bowl commercial.