Mercedes-Benz 2013 Super Bowl Commercial With Kate Upton Will Save Your Soul
Sure, this 2013 Mercedes-Benz Super Bowl 47 commercial involving Kate Upton may recycle the well-worn “deal with the devil” trope we’ve seen countless times before, but it’s got one thing that sets it awesomely apart — Willem Dafoe as Satan. Seriously, why hasn’t anybody cast him in this role before? With his craggy face and low, menacing voice, he makes the perfect Beelzebub.
In this Mercedes-Benz 2013 Super Bowl commercial, Satan confronts a man (Sebastian Beacon) while he sits in a lonely cafe and stares wistfully at a billboard for the Mercedes-Benz CLA, the German car manufacturer’s new four-door coupe.
If the man agrees to sell his soul, he’ll earn himself the car, the affections of the aforementioned supermodel Kate Upton, a chance to bust a move with R&B superstar Usher, the cover of high-profile magazines like GQ, Vanity Fair and Wired, and throngs of adoring women chasing him through the streets. Call us crazy, but we’d probably do it for Upton alone.
But when the man realizes the starting price of the Mercedes-Benz is less than $30,000, he sends the archfiend packing. Take that, Satan! The righteous power of
good competitive pricing triumphs over evil once again.
The Mercedes-Benz 2013 Super Bowl Commercial will be trimmed down to 60 seconds for airing during Super Bowl 47, but you can enjoy all the demonic action in the extended cut right here.