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Toyota Prius Super Bowl Commercial 2016: 'The Wire' Reunion Robbery

Toyota Prius Super Bowl Commercial 2016: 'The Wire' Reunion Robbery

Cast members from HBO’s The Wire reunite in Toyota Prius’ 2016 Super Bowl commercial!

James Ransone, Chris Bauer and Pablo Schreiber, who played members of the Sobotka family in the show’s second season, hop in a red Prius as a getaway vehicle after robbing a bank in the ad.

The characters zoom through city streets and zip past cops in a high speed chase that becomes a global sensation.

Watch The Wire cast members reunite in the commercial below!


Toyota Prius Super Bowl Commercial 2016: ‘The Wire’ Reunion Robbery

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  • Koos

    the just needed to make a point.

  • Koos

    the just needed to make a point.

  • Koos

    the just needed to make a point.

  • 3SonsplayBall

    So Toyota thinks its ok to say people can rob a bank and avoid police for hours and think its cool.

  • Ed Forney

    Best commercial I’ve seen all year !

  • donnaswanrundell

    that was my first thought.

  • Karen

    I don’t get this commercial, either. First, it’s wrong and dangerous to rob banks, and secondly, the average police car with a top speed of about 130 can easily outrun a Prius which at best can do 110. Also, police use stopsticks, pursuit driving maneuvers, and shoot out tires of fleeing felons, which is what these guys are. Making them some sort of folk heroes, even based on a sophomoric movie, is very strange and sends a terrible message. I’m a Honda person anyway, but now I would NEVER buy a Prius.