The Super Bowl is still a few days away, but Hyundai has decided to reveal both commercials it will be airing during the game. One is called "10 Years/Favre" and features none other than Brett Favre, the aging-though-still-excellent quarterback who didn't make it to Miami this year after his Vikings lost to the Saints in the NFC Championship game. The commercial fast forwards 10 years where a 50-year-old Favre is accepting an MVP award and still pondering retirement. The point: 10 years from now your Hyundai will still be under warranty (at least the powertrain).
The second commercial, called "Paint," highlights the 14-step painting process for the new 2011 Sonata. It ends with the bold proclamation, "Better paint quality than Mercedes CLS550." Both commercials are voiced by actor Jeff Bridges, which must've cost the Korean automaker a pretty penny along with signing the NFL's most durable quarterback. Oh, and then there's the actual cost of buying a commercial spot during the Super Bowl, and Hyundai bought two. Who had a good 2009? Hyundai did. Follow the jump to view both commercials for yourself.
"10 Years/Favre" – Airing during 2nd quarter of Super Bowl
"Paint" – Airing during 1st quarter of Super Bowl