Audi Super Bowl Ad: Sarah McLachlan Warns of Doberhuahua Compromise

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We’re not really sure who they’re referring to, but we love the lunatic dog.

Leaked just days before airing, Audi’s A3 Sedan SuperBowl spot features a terrifying mongrel breed of Chihuahua and Doberman, anda short appearance by Sarah McLachlan. The hilarious ad introduces theDoberhuahua - a terrorist hybrid dog born out of a compromise. How does this relate to the A3 Sedan?Maybe it works in German. Anyway, Audi officials promise that the A3 provides luxury, design and performance – all withoutcompromise.

Audi doesn’t go as far as to say which of its competitors ‘compromise’refers to, but we have to say we'd love to get behind the wheel of anautomotive Doberhuahua.

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