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Through the magic of technology, Hyundai brought troops from a US Military Base in Zagan, Poland, right into Houston to watch the Super Bowl with their families.

A good set of tires goes a long, long way.

Like the car, the commercial is limited to California markets.

Put that H20 button to good use.

Oh, and a CR-V

Yes. Everyone had at least one awkward yearbook photo.

A soap-box derby and income equality are the themes of this Audi ad.

Yo dawg. We heard you like Super Bowl commercials.


Ford wants you to know it's a mobility company.

The spot is called "Man & Machine," and a 30-second version will air during the big game.

Hyundai is the first automaker to top USA Today's influential survey of Super Bowl commercials.

We brought you all the action from the Super Bowl commercials as they happened.

Kia quite literally had no other option than to secure Christopher Walken to star in this commercial. It's entitled Walken Closet, and the misspelling is clearly intentional.

Jeep's been helping people do stuff for 75 years. This ad's a reminder of all the cool stuff you think you can do if you own a Jeep. It's called 4x4ever.

Sheep rocking out the Queen with the Honda Ridgeline's optional cargo bed speakers. We had a dream just like this once.

Jeep looks back on 75 years of four-wheeling. The brand's tough vehicles have carried everything from soldiers to sunbathers.

Toyota knows how to make some lighthearted fun of itself in this ad that tries to change your preconceptions of the Prius.

Ryanville is a commercial about a town full of Ryan Reynolds clones, and two smitten women driving around in a brand new Elantra who can't help but gawk at the actor because he's everywhere.

Ooh yeah! Whoah! Acura expresses its feelings about the new NSX to the dulcet tones of Diamond David Lee Roth.

An Opel in Buick drag crashes a wedding. No one's quite sure who made the Cascada, but Emily Ratajkowski definitely got the bouquet.

This Hyundai Super Bowl ad features the Blue Link app, which lets you remote start your car and outrun bears. Maybe.

Audi plays to American patriotism and throws in some David Bowie for extra sentiment in presenting the R8 to the Big Game audience.

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