Pepsi released a short teaser of the Pepsi Super Bowl ad showing Crawford stepping out of auto, shaking her hair and drink a Pepsi can.
The Pepsi Super Bowl 2018 commercial will feature supermodel Cindy Crawford and her son.
The original features Crawford in a tank top and jean shorts - made from her own jeans she brought to the set that day - driving a Lamborghini and stopping at a gas station to buy a can of soda.
The company debuted a campaign called "Pepsi Generations" that will tout the brand's pop-culture influence over the past 120 years.
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It's one of the most iconic and memorable Super Bowl commercials in the big game's history.
Last year's tone-deaf ad portrayed Jenner as a rebel without a cause who hands a peace offering in the form of canned, carbonated sugar to a police officer at a protest. As though you even needed a reminder, Crawford is as stunning as ever, 26 years after the original advertisement aired.
"It was one of those moments in my career that when I walked down the street, people were like, 'Pepsi!' Or I'd be at a bar and people would send me over a Pepsi", she said, laughing.
"Since our brand was founded more than a century ago, Pepsi has stood for a youthful spirit and the choice of a new generation", said Chad Stubbs, VP-Marketing for the Pepsi trademark in North America, in the news release.
The "Pepsi Generations" campaign also will include nostalgic pop-up exhibitions throughout the US meant to celebrate the brand's (less controversial) "pop-culture milestones in Pepsi history". "2018 will be a year to celebrate the past while embracing the future; always reminding consumers to do what they love and have a little fun in their lives". Over the years, its Super Bowl commercials have featured celebrities such as Britney Spears, Michael Jackson, Ray Charles and Ozzy Osbourne. In an effort to distance itself from 2017, it looks like Pepsi has traveled very far back in time, indeed. The 18-year-old will appear in the newest Super Bowl Pepsi ad alongside the iconic model.