I always wonder how much money is put into car commercials during the Super Bowl. It has to be near nine figures, right? You’re talking about all types of cars looking to get in the spotlight.
How in the world could we possibly narrow down the best car commercials to date? Technically, we can’t, but we’re going to try anyway. There have probably been 3.4 million car commercials dating back to when TV became a worldwide phenomenon and people found out advertising products would actually be a good idea.
We’re going to attempt to do this. Even though there’s likely to be criticism and backlash from this list (because, really, when is there never disagreement in the court of public opinion on any sort of ranking?), we’re going to do it anyway because it just seems right.
So, with that said, here are the five best car commercials ever, in no particular order. And when you’re done watching these, I’d highly suggest heading to your friendly Hyundai dealership on Thornton Road and check out a new 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe SUV. Why a 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe? Because you’re taking advantage of the best greater Atlanta Hyundai summer specials, where you can get a Santa Fe for $225 a month for 36 months. That’s a great deal you can’t pass up.
Oh, yeah. The commercials. I almost forgot about them. This special is so good that I forgot the main reason why you clicked on this link. So, enjoy!
I love the Chevron commercials. They’re funny and creative. This particular car has been on the open market one too many times, apparently, and needs a new mate. I think that’s the proper term.
This commercial is funny, just because you really, really don’t want to be the guy with the coffee. Imagine someone you know just taking this flirting from a FIAT. You can’t, right? Because this guy is not normal and is clearly on some sort of narcotic.
I like hip-hop. I like hip-hop mixed with cars. I’m not sure exactly how the hamsters got a role in this part, but hey, I’ll take it just for the hip-hop.
The Matrix. That is all.
If you don’t like this commercial, then you either dislike Volkswagen or children. I’ll go with the former because the latter would be near criminal.