We're days away from the Big Game's kick off but that hasn't stopped the automakers. That's because, like usual, they're dropping their advertisements early.

I don't get why since it blunts the impact on Sunday, but so be it.

The two latest Super Bowl ads to get revealed come from the likes of Audi and Mercedes-Benz. Audi is promoting its e-tron lineup of vehicles and how the marque is shifting one-third of its autos to electric vehicles by 2025. Clearly, they're trying to send a message.

The folks at Mercedes are taking a more pragmatic approach. That's because the three-pointed star is trying to show off the Interior Assistant function within the all-new A-Class.

Having said that, we want to know: WHICH Super Bowl ad did it BETTER?

What if you had the power to change the course of events? To have all of the world’s information at your beck and call? To master the very idea of personal time and space? Imagine it – your world completely under your control. Mercedes-Benz already has. They call it the 2019 A-Class. A Mercedes-Benz that listens to you, anticipates your needs and can fulfill your requests with natural voice recognition. For a glimpse of what’s possible, just “say the word” and click here:

We are unleashing a new era of electric, and it’s more thrilling than anything you can imagine (in this life or the next.)

WHO Did It BETTER? WHICH Super Bowl Ad Does It For You? The Mercedes A-Class OR Audi e-tron?

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