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For some, the clever commercials are just as important as the Big Game, so Roadshow has rounded up all of the automotive ads of Super Bowl 50 so you can watch them in one place.
Get an almost pornographic peek beneath the new Acura NSX's skin as the supercar returns to the Super Bowl in this 60-second spot.
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Buick showcased its new Cascada convertible at the Big Game alongside New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. and "Gone Girl" actress Emily Ratajkowski.
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The new Honda Ridgeline's in-bed audio system is showcased in this advertisement featuring a flock of sheep and one of my all-time favorite Queen songs.
Hyundai gave me a sneak peek at this advert featuring comedian Kevin Hart making hilariously over-the-top use of the automaker's Blue Link vehicle finder feature.
Star Ryan Reynolds captures the attention of the ladies in this 2017 Hyundai Elantra spot. Fortunately, automatic pedestrian braking saves the day.
The spot for this 2017 Hyundai Elantra spot shows a frantic sprint through a forest, ferocious bears and voice commands saving a young couple in danger.
What do the Kia Optima and a pair of socks have in common? Christopher Walken, the quirkiest Academy Award-winning actor of them all, explains it all in this spot.
Mini tackles the stereotypes and labels assigned to its little cars head-on with a star-studded 30-second spot featuring Serena Williams, Abby Wambach, Harvey Keitel, Tony Hawk, T-Pain and more.
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A retired and aging astronaut's passion is reignited by the new Audi R8. With a top speed of 205 mph, it's a rocket ship on wheels.
For the first time since 2005, Toyota will also be showcasing the Prius hybrid in a humorous 60-second spot just before halftime.
How hard is it to catch a Prius? Find out in this 90-second spot from Toyota.
"To catch a Prius, you've gotta be a Prius." Check out the sequel to Toyota's "Longest Chase" ad.
The third and final segment of Toyota's "Longest Chase" suite is probably the weakest, but you completionists can check it out here.
Carvana offers an alternative to buying a car at the dealership that, according to this ad, doesn't suck.
WeatherTech, maker of heavy duty floor mats, explains what its most valuable manufacturing resource is.
"'Better' is the engine that drives us," is the tagline of this ad that takes the concept literally.
In this ad, Jeep showcases the active and varied lifestyles that the drivers of its vehicles lead.
A second Jeep spot takes a reverent look back at the history of the brand in our culture, from a military vehicle to a cultural icon.
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