Last week, Toyota released a Super Bowl ad featuring the RAV4 Hybrid six days before the highly-anticipated game. On the day that the Patriots beat the Rams, though, a second commercial emerged, featuring the 2020 Supra navigating the vibrant backbox of a massive arcade pinball machine.
On Tuesday, Toyota released a Superbowl commercial a week in advance of the big game featuring Antoinette "Toni" Harris, the first woman to be offered a college football scholarship, and the RAV4 Hybrid. However, for the actual game day, the company revealed an ad showcasing the upcoming 2020 GR Supra shined up to look like a classic arcade pinball.
While the sports car officially premiered a couple weeks ago at the Detroit Auto Show, Toyota is evidently trying to win over those drivers who may not be convinced by its BMW-inspired back. The ad features the model drifting and sliding through the pinball machine avoiding all flippers and bumpers in its path.
The latest Supra will set owners back around $50,000 when it hits dealership showroom this summer.