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Maisie Williams Sings Let It Go in the Audi Super Bowl Commercial!

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Audi is returns to the Super Bowl with a musically-inspired, 60-second commercial called “Let It Go” featuring actor Maisie Williams (upcoming The New Mutants, Game of Thrones) Williams takes the wheel of the all-new Audi e-tron Sportback in the Audi Super Bowl spot (watch below) to help kick off a global brand campaign about the company’s long-term ambition to shape a new era of sustainable mobility.

Created by agency 72andSunny Amsterdam, the Super Bowl LIV spot was directed by François Rousselet and marks the brand’s eleventh appearance at the game.

The commercial follows Maisie Williams, a vocal advocate for action on climate change, as she sings her own interpretation of the hit song “Let It Go” from Disney’s Frozen. Oscar and GRAMMY-winning songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez penned “Let It Go” for the Oscar-winning animated film.

In the Audi Super Bowl ad, Williams gets behind the wheel of her Audi e-tron Sportback and finds herself stuck at an intersection, which represents a crossroads of today’s preconceptions and old notions of consumption, success, and status. Williams chooses to reverse course and leave it all behind, breaking into the familiar lyrics of “Let It Go” as she drives towards a more sustainable future.

Along the way, fellow drivers, pedestrians, and others join in, representing the brand’s efforts to usher in a new era of sustainable mobility. The journey is a metaphor for how the decision to make more sustainable choices takes all of us doing our part.

Recorded by Williams at the acclaimed Abbey Road Studios in London, the reinterpretation of “Let It Go” lends a strong storytelling element to the ad. It is a new, more defiant take on a song that took the world by storm, but still showcases that transformation always starts with letting go of something old to create something new. In this case, moving toward a more sustainable future.

“The biggest night in American football, and one of the last truly live global television events, serves as the perfect moment to share our strategic path toward sustainable premium mobility with a worldwide audience,” said Sven Schuwirth, Head of Brand Audi, Digital Business and Customer Experience.

“Maisie Williams is the perfect representative of how consumers are increasingly choosing, and advocating for, transportation options that are more sustainable. As a creative innovator, she perfectly embodies millions of peoples’ desires to make the transition to an electric future.”

“Creating a sustainable, livable future for generations to come is the world’s most important challenge. I’m proud to share Audi’s vision for sustainable mobility in this global brand campaign,” said Williams.

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Mirko Parlevliethttp://VitalThrills.com
Mirko Parlevliet has been reporting on the entertainment industry since 1998 and founded VitalThrills.com to cover movie, TV, video game, music, and theme park news.

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