The 2016 Toyota Prius was featured during the Super Bowl game between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos. It features a group of average looking men in pink masks robbing a bank and using the all-new 2016 Toyota Prius as a getaway vehicle with a catchy tune playing in the background. What song was in the 2016 Toyota Prius Super Bowl bank robbery commercial?
The tune in the commercial has been remixed a bit, but the song in the new Prius bank robbery commercial was made famous by The Sugarhill Gang. The Sugarhill gang actually sampled the hook of their song “Jump on It!” from the song “Apache” by the Incredible Bongo Band. The song “Apache” is the one that actually appears in the 2016 Toyota Prius commercial. The Sugarhill Gang was one of the first commercially successful rap groups. The song “Jump on It!” was featured on their 1984 album Livin’ in the Fast Lane.
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You might remember The Sugarhill Gang from hits like Rapper’s Delight, the first rap single that found a spot on the Billboard 100. Rapper’s Delight was also a Top 40 hit and has become a timeless classic. Current members of The Sugarhill Gang include Wonder Mike and Master Gee. The group started in 1973 and is still together today.
2016 Toyota Prius Super Bowl commercial
The all-new 2016 Prius is different than previous generations. The new Prius handles and performs more like a gas-powered vehicle than other hybrids. One of the biggest reason to purchase a Prius is for the fuel economy. The 2016 Toyota Prius can achieve an EPA estimated 54 miles per gallon in the city and 50 miles per gallon on the highway.
The Prius is still the most fuel-efficient vehicle sold in the United States without a plug-in.
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Remember, just because the police cars behind you run out of gas doesn’t mean the police cars in the next town are out of gas as well. Be one of the first to take a test drive in the all-new 2016 Toyota Prius at Serra Toyota of Decatur. After the test drive, you’ll still need to bring the Prius back to our dealership before you purchase it.