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Super Bowl XLVIII - Audi, something scary is coming

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9:48 AM | 27 January 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Audi are teasing us with some sort of weird, scary and vicious dog. Or maybe it's a metaphor for one of their weird, scary and vicious cars?


Audi began by teasing us with the above video. Is it some sort of weird, scary and vicious dog. Or maybe it's a metaphor for one of their weird, scary and vicious cars? To add further mystery, this is what Audi of America had said:

"Something unexpected is coming to this year's big game... and this time it's not a power outage."

Then they removed any suspense and mystery by releasing a second teaser (below) starring Sarah McLachLan. So some sort of weird, scary and vicious dog it is then. Unless we're being given the runaround by Audi.

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