• Feb 2, 2009
We were having more fun watching the commercials than the actual game up until the last quarter of last night's Super Bowl XLIII. It seemed all the big, extravagant car commercials were shown around kickoff and the first quarter, but we caught a few good ones throughout the game that shouldn't be missed. Like you, however, we had to break for the bathroom and turn away for more Turducken at times, and so inevitably missed a few car-related Super Bowl commercials. After the break we've assembled every car-related commercial shown during the game last night, so click through and make sure you've ingested them all along with whatever deep fried nonsense you ate. If you want to see ALL of the commercials that were broadcast during the game, visit Fanhouse for its 2009 Super Bowl Commercials page that hosts them all in order and organized by quarter.

Hyundai - Genesis Coupe V6


Audi - "Chase"


Toyota - Venza


Bridgestone - "Mr. Potato Head"


Fast and the Furious 4 trailer


Castrol Edge - "Grease Monkies"


Cars.com - "David Abernathy"


GoDaddy - Danica Patrick, "Shower"


Hyundai - "Angry Bosses"


Toyota - Tundra Heat


Bridgestone - "Moon Dancer"


Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen trailer


Hyundai - Assurance


Go Daddy - Danica Patrick, "Hearing"











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      • 5 Years Ago
      Best article picture ever
        • 5 Years Ago
        Oh yeah, Autoblog, your videos suck. Are they dimensioned for people on 28.8k? Holy crap it's pixelated.
        • 5 Years Ago
        I agree wholeheartedly.
        • 5 Years Ago
        Two comments to own post. I think that is a record.

        "Swede you make a good point." "Thanks Swede"
      • 5 Years Ago
      Thank goodness for the internet. In Canada they purposely block off 90% of American commercials because of lame anti-American bitterness. I had to endure Canadian dry humor propaganda commercials during the super bowl for the past many many years.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Audi ad:
      Going by the badge on the trunklid of the Mercedes, those bozos crunched a w115 4.5. Those aren't exactly common cars, they could've at least used a normal 6cyl 280SE. Jackasses.
        • 5 Years Ago
        er... W108/109. Not W115.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Found the rest of the Audi "Chase" story here. Some zingers on the website for sure.

      http://www.truthinengineering.com/a6
      • 5 Years Ago
      Great to see a total of one unnamed domestic car (Pontiac Solstice) shown in a semi-positive light in the Bridgestone ad in the "all American" Superbowl. Ahh, the future is bright for the USA.
        • 5 Years Ago
        Abernathy's "perfect car" in the cars.com commercial seemed to be a G6.
        • 5 Years Ago
        GM said they would not be advertising for the Superbowl. But my question is- where the F were you?
      • 5 Years Ago
      No ad should include the words... "aint good for your tranny"
      • 5 Years Ago
      After seeing the Dorito Chip commercial in the first quarter I chose to fast forward through every commercial that followed. What could be better than the Dorito Chip commercial?
      • 5 Years Ago
      Can't wait to see the R8 in "Revenge of the Fallen" this summer.
      • 5 Years Ago
      I found the Japanese language featured in Hyundai's "Angry Boss Commercial" to be somewhat inaccurate.
      • 5 Years Ago
      That is the short Hyundi commerical not the long one that aired...

      Still think that BMW could care less about the genesis. It is more against MB and Lexus in the market place.

      Kinda like the A8, sure it is in the same class as the 7 series and S class, but a different person gets the a8.
        • 5 Years Ago
        The thing is if someone can afford and plan to get a S class, he or shes not gonna even look at the Hyundai badge even if its a lot cheaper and similarly equipped. For some, its still about "it" being a MB but the S class's build quality is undoubtedly superior. At the end, its still, " you get what you pay for" but Hyundai is a good deal for the equipment you get. Hyundai only takes those who cant afford a S class, so in my opinion i think its more aiming at Lexus. But i agree with you, the A8 is lovely.
      • 5 Years Ago
      anybody else laugh at the schlong-like objet d'art in the venza ad?
      • 5 Years Ago
      Far from classic commercials the game was okay should be renamed FlagBowl 43

      http://www.thenoz.wordpress.com
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