06-14-16

Who is in the new Kia hamster commercial?

Kia recently released a new commercial featuring some old favorites. That’s right, the Kia hamsters are back and better than ever. This time around the Kia hamsters are showing their love for music and bringing people together with the new Kia Soul. Today we’re going to take a closer look at this ad by answering the question, “Who is in the new Kia hamster commercial?”.

History of the Kia Hamsters

The first Kia commercial to feature hamsters premiered back in 2009. It launched with the slogan “A new way to roll” and featured the song “Fort Knox” by Goldfish. Many ads came quickly after featuring songs by Marx, The Potbelleez, Calvin Harris, Black Sheep, Lady Gaga and LMFAO. Kia took a brief break from these creature commercials, but now they are back and arguably better than ever before.

The latest Kia hamster commercial has a new slogan, “The World Needs More Soul”. This phrase is a play on words, meaning both the Kia Soul and “soul” as in music. The ad features a jam session with instruments from all over the world, including a sitar, African and Korean Drums, a ukulele, bagpipes, violins and more. The video also features Nathaniel Rateliff, the front man of Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats. He starts out of the commercial with a friendly music competition with one of the life-size hamsters.

Read More: What’s new for the 2016 Kia Soul?
The commercial helps display the exciting and innovative spirit of the Kia Soul. If you are interested in learning more about this family-friendly, fun-too-drive vehicle call or visit Gateway Kia of Quakertown. We will be able to answer any further questions you might have. We can even help you schedule a test drive with the 2016 Kia Soul here in Quakertown, PA. Check out the new Kia hamster commercial below!

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