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  Car commercials can be boring as hell but some still worth the time. Check especially the commercials from exotic car makers such as Lamborghini, Ferrari and Porsche

We gotta say, we haven’t laughed this hard in a long time.

Pepsi’s outrageously hilarious "Disguise" campaign has become a hit on the Interwebz, but this one, involving Jeff Gordon, has to be the funniest one of them all.

Disguised as "Mike," Gordon takes an unsuspecting Chevrolet salesman for quite the ride in a Chevrolet Camaro the latter probably wasn’t expecting. Gordon makes up the guise that he’s a dorky middle-aged man who drives a minivan and Steve, the salesman, buys it hook, line and sinker.

Gordon...or Mike...starts of the test drive pretending to not know how to handle the Camaro. But soon enough, he was blasting the muscle car around the vicinity prompting the shell-shocked Steve to actually fear for his life.

The salesman bought so bad that he threatened to call the cops after the test drive, forcing Gordon to reveal his true identity much to the surprise of Steve, who promptly asked the NASCAR driver if "they can do it again.”

A must-watch if you’re looking to get off your day on the right - and light - foot.

Chevy revealed a very cool commercial that highlights the coolest models it has unveiled in the past few months, including the Sonic, Spark, Impala, Corvette Stingray and Volt. There’s no need to tell you, but from all these models the new Stingray is our favorite, but the 2014 Impala is also pretty sexy model too.

The idea behind this commercial is that Chevy is offering a model for anyone out there; you just need to dare go and find the one that suits you best. What we cannot understand is what the heck the robo-dog is doing in there. Then again, much like blue jean commercials, car commercial don’t make sense, so who knows!

Chevrolet’s motto for the new commercial is also pretty direct: "With the best lineup of vehicles ever, we believe ingenuity can do the impossible. So why just go from A to B when imagination can take you everywhere?"


During the weekend nearly everyone’s attention will be focused on the Super Bowl, which kicks off on February 3rd at 6:30 p.m., EST. As you all know, the Super Bowl isn’t all about determining the champion of the NFL. It is also about a huge halftime show and all of those hilarious and high-cost commercials during the game.

Plenty of big automaker have prepared a set of commercials for this year’s Super Bowl and here you will find a collage that includes pretty much every commercial and teaser that was featured in the past two weeks on Top Speed. You will see commercials from Audi , Hyundai , Kia , Mercedes , Lincoln , Lexus , Toyota and Volkswagen .

Hit the jump for the full list of commercials that will be featured during this year’s Super Bowl. Do not forget to tell us in the comments section below which one is your favorite. We still can’t decide between Mercedes CLA commercial featuring Kate Upton and Toyota’s "Wish Granted," so please help!

Update 2/4/2013: With Super Bowl 47 in the books and our eyes barely staying open after watching the game, we now present all of the car commercials from the 2013 Super Bowl. Unfortunately, we only caught two commercials that weren’t released beforehand, and those were the Jeep "Whole Again" and Ram Ram "Farmer" commercials. Overall, it was a pretty uneventful Super Bowl for commercials. We guess the extremely exciting game made up for the lack of cool commercials.

With apologies to all weird Super Bowl commercials in the past, Lincoln’s new ad for the big game may have put all else to shame.

First of all, the ad was done in collaboration with Jimmy Fallon, who doesn’t appear on the commercial. From what we’ve been told, people sent tweets to Fallon, who, in turn, wrote a script based on the tweets by the fans. Not exactly the easiest thing to do, even for a world-class comedian like Fallon.

So with the script in hand, Lincoln prepared an MKZ commercial that borders on weird. To be honest, we don’t know what to make of it other than the cameos of some celebrities, including Wil Wheaton, hip hop artist Rev Run, and even retired-NFL-star Emmitt Smith.

Other than that, the whole thing is just a convoluted mash-up that doesn’t do the MKZ any justice. It feels a little too far into twitter world than we would have want to see the new self proclaimed super luxury brand from the Ford group. Let’s hope this isn’t the ad that the "Phoenix" teaser spot was alluding to.

The Super Bowl is set to air this Sunday, but we still have time to see a few more commercials. The latest one comes from Hyundai and it reveals how much fun, or trouble, a family can have in the new seven-passenger Santa Fe .

The new "Epic PlayDate" ad stars rock band The Flaming Lips who play the song "Sun Blows Up Today" specially for this ad. If you like it, you can buy it from iTunes starting today, or you can wait until band’s new album called “Terror” arrives in April.

To our knowledge, this is the final Super Bowl ad for the Korean automaker, unless they happen to have something else up their sleeve. If the Santa Fe impressed you, it will be available for order starting this spring. It can be yours for a price of $28,350.

We’ve already seen three of Hyundai’s five Super Bowl-bound commercials, and if we do say so ourselves, they’re getting a lot better with each release. Their latest ad for the Santa Fe, called "Team," is the best one yet.

Evoking a kind of Little Giants meets Bad News Bears feel to it, a little kid gets his football taken away from him by some unruly bullies who tell him that he could only get it back if he brings a team together. With the help of the kid’s rather intimidating mom, he proceeds to round up his posse, except that his posse is comprised of friends that each bring a unique skill set to the table.

All together, they go back to the field and stare down the bullies, each with the intent of inflicting as much pain as possible. Well, except for one little dude who looks like he’s about to decapitate someone.

Overall, it’s a pretty good commercial that ties up well to the actual game itself.

Give credit to the folks from Lincoln , or at least the higher ups over at Ford, for deciding it’s a worthy investment to place an ad for the Super Bowl. Only a handful of automakers that are expected to show commercials during the big game and Lincoln has decided that a little teaser was in order for their new luxury sedan, the 2013 MKZ .

The teaser ad isn’t all that long, but in the 17 seconds that it runs, it definitely shows a lot of what Lincoln has had to go through to be in the position that they’re in now. The “phoenix” reference definitely alludes to a rebirth for the American automaker – something that has been long overdue.

We’re definitely excited to see what the whole ad is going to show, as the teaser looks pretty sweet as is. Hopefully, Lincoln releases it even before the Super Bowl.

Mercedes ’ star at this year’s Super Bowl ad will be its latest addition to the lineup: the new CLA Class . The previous commercial specially prepared for this year’s Big Game featured model and actress Kate Upton, but the second one does one better by bringing together Usher, Kate Upton and Willem Dafoe.

The idea behind this new commercial is quite simple: why sell your soul to the Devil and get everything you’ve ever dreamt about, when you can have the Mercedes CLA for only $29,900 and obtain pretty much the same? At least in theory, of course! Who plays the Devil in this latest ad? Well, we won’t ruin the surprise and we will let you watch the video and discover!

After watching it, let us know in the comments section below what ad you find more interesting: this one, or the one featuring just Kate Upton!

A few days after releasing a teaser of their Super Bowl ad, Kia has officially unveiled their "Space Babies" commercial commercial. Now, we’ve seen some pretty interesting Super Bowl ads over the years, but this one by Kia for the Sorento is probably right up there as far as making you "aww...oh, wait, ok I get it!"

The ad starts off with a little boy asking his dad where babies come from. Dad, apparently caught off guard with the question, goes on a soliloquy about how babies come from a planet called Babylandia and come to Earth nine months later to meet their families. Fantastic storytelling, might we say.

Apparently, the son was a lot smarter than the dad gave him credit for and just as the little one was about to say where babies really come from, dear dad interrupts him by asking the Sorento’s sound-activated infotainment system to play a kiddie song.

At that point, you’re lost on what the connection of the story is to the SUV. That is until Kia rolls out their slogan that essentially says the Sorento has "an answer for everything".

It’ll make you snicker, but it’s certainly not on the level of Little Darth Vader. In any case, good job by Kia on this ad. Money well spent, we say.

When Toyota released a teaser ad for their "Wish Granted" Super Bowl commercial featuring “Big Bang Theory” star, Kaley Cuoco, they established the premise that she’s a dog-loving, purple-power-suit-wearing, wish-granting genie.

With the release of Toyota’s first official Super Bowl commercial, we got to see Cuoco perform her role as wish granter to a tee, giving the Henderson family all that they’re wishing for, including the dad who asked for the spare tire to be gone, the mother who wished for unlimited chocolates, the daughter who wished for animals to talk, the son who wished he was an astronaut, and the father who wished (again) for unlimited wishes...except that Genie Cuoco thought she heard something else.

The whole point of the commercial is Toyota’s attempt in selling the RAV4 as an SUV that grants its customer’s wishes; it’s a cute approach made cuter with Cuoco’s presence. Let’s just hope that buyers don’t take that notion too literally because once someone does, then it’ll probably be cause for a whole lot of disgruntled customers.


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