Kia Throws Everything but the Kitchen Sink Into Super Bowl Ad Adriana Lima, Mötley Crüe, Chuck Liddell, etc.

It's officially the year of the Super Bowl anti-teaser—with a load of advertisers releasing extended versions of their Super Bowl spots early, rather than the traditional 10- or 15-second teasers. Acura, Honda and Volkswagen have done so. And now we can add Kia, which today unveiled a 90-second version of its ad, which will air in the game as a :60. Sometimes less is more—but not in this spot. Created by David&Goliath and director Noam Murro, it features Adriana Lima, Mötley Crüe, Chuck Liddell, bull rider Judd Leffew, fairy dust, thousands of bikini-clad women, pyrotechnics, two lumberjacks sawing a giant sandwich in half. It's flashy and will look good on an 80-inch HD television. Some people might even spot the Snow White Pearl Optima Limited in there.

See Adweek's full Super Bowl coverage here.

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