The Best Car Commercials from Super Bowl LI

It’s clear that lots of people tune in to the Super Bowl not for the football but for the ads. Last night was Super Bowl LI and whether you cheered for the Patriots or the Falcons, we can all agree that one of the best parts of the big game were the commercials!

Aside from the action on the field, Luke Bryan’s take on the National Anthem and, of course, Lady Gaga’s highly anticipated halftime performance, Super Bowl LI promised some of the most over-the-top advertisements in the game’s history.

Take a look at some of our favorite automotive commercials from last night’s game.

Ford: “Go Further”

Buick: “Not So Pee Wee Football”

Hyundai: “A Better Super Bowl”

Honda: “Yearbooks”

Kia: “Hero’s Journey”

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