Kia Sorrento Toy Commercial Update

A shocking number of people have found their way to my blog thanks to my two previous posts about the Kia Sorrento commercial featuring a number of toys rocking out in a Hangover-like adventure. Well, a lot of people were wondering what the song in the commercial was. It’s called “How You Like Me Now?” by The Heavy. Check out this video:

Also, thanks to a site called Coloribus, I now know what the little guy who looks like a fugitive dreadlocked coconut is called Mr. X. You can buy one here, if you want. I figure plugging them earns me the right to post the picture of the little guy I found on their site, so here he is.

I think that solves about all the mysteries, let me know if you have any other questions and I’ll see what I can dig up.

12 thoughts on “Kia Sorrento Toy Commercial Update

  1. Thank you for the information regarding the name of the song and artists accompanying the toys in the Kia Superbowl ad. That was one of my favorite commercials. If I don’t see the ad on tv sometime during the day, I go to the website just to play it. So fun!

    1. Yeah, it’s one of the few commercials that doesn’t get super annoying with so many viewings. I think I see this thing four or five times a day and it doesn’t bother me at all.

    1. The monkey is just a Sock Monkey. You should be able to search Google or Amazon to buy one, or check out a local toy store. Same goes for Muno from Yo Gabba Gabba. I’m not sure if the robot is based on a specific toy or if it’s a new design for the commercial.

    1. You know, I haven’t thought about it. I always assumed they were people in suits. Personally, I’d go as any one of them for Halloween, especially the robot.

  2. OMG!! Thank you for posting this information. The song and the toys have been haunting me since I saw the ad. I did not even know this was a Superbowl ad.

    You are the best!

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