2013 Super Bowl Commercials

Super Bowl Car Commercials

Super Bowl XLVII was action packed and included some nail-biting football, a Beyonce halftime show, a partial blackout (which we like to call the Twitter timeout) and a host of very expensive TV ads.

Consumer consideration on Edmunds.com for the cars featured during the big game jumped after each automaker's ad aired.

If you missed any of the multi-million-dollar minutes, we have video of each Super Bowl car commercial right here:

Audi of America aired a 60-second spot, its 6th consecutive Super Bowl ad buy. The commercial shows an adolescent boy driving his father's 2013 Audi S6 to his prom. The excitement of the car inspires him to kiss the prom queen.

Audi offered three endings on YouTube and allowed fans to vote for their favorite. The winner is titled "Worth It" and aired during the first commercial break after kickoff.

Chrysler went for the heartstrings again this Super Bowl with an ad featuring Jeep and the USO (United Service Organizations) titled "Whole Again." Jeep will contribute more than $1 million in funding and vehicles to the USO to aid service members re-acclimate to civilian life. For more information on Operation SAFE Return, visit www.jeep.com/OSR

In the fourth quarter, Chrysler aired "The Year of the Farmer" featuring its Ram brand. The voiceover is legendary radio personality Paul Harvey celebrating the hard work of the farmer.

Ford Motor Company, enlisted Jimmy Fallon, Twitter and the hashtag #SteertheScript to create an ad based on suggestions from fans. They selected five Tweets and worked up a story featuring the Lincoln MKZ. Here is the full-length version of the Super Bowl commercial.

Hyundai aired five commercials during the big game and in the half hour leading up to kickoff.

"Epic PlayDate" is a 60-second pre-kickoff spot featuring the seven-passenger Santa Fe with a theme of fun for the whole family. The Flaming Lips appear providing the soundtrack with an original song called "Sun Blows Up Today."

Here is the extended version:

"Team" is 30 seconds long and was shown during the first quarter. It is an action-movie style spot about a neighborhood grudge match.

Here is the extended version:

"Stuck," a 30-second ad, aired in the second quarter and showcased the Sonata Turbo, while a couple uses the Turbo's speed to escape some threatening obstacles on the road.

Here is the extended version:

"Excited" is a 30-second ad which ran during the pre-game show. It showcases the excitement of driving the 429-horsepower 2013 Genesis R-Spec around a race track with play-by-play commentary by sportscaster Gus Johnson.

"Don't Tell" is a previously released ad featuring the Santa Fe. It has already gotten nearly 4 million views on YouTube.

Kia's Super Bowl commercial highlights the redesigned 2014 Sorento crossover which rides on a new platform and now offers a V6 engine option. No supermodels this year as Kia chose to go the family route instead with a TV spot aimed at parents.

The ad answers the age-old question "where do babies come from?" as a father tells his son the tale of planet Babylandia and space babies who travel to Earth.

Kia also has a game spot titled "Hot Bots" starring former Miss. U.S.A. Alyssa Campanella which features the 2014 Kia Forte. The theme is "respect the tech" and shows a robot getting angry as a reporter gets too close to the compact sedan.

Mercedes-Benz ad aired in the fourth quarter for its new CLA sedan, a model aimed at a younger luxury audience. This Super Bowl spot features model Kate Upton, Usher, and Willem Dafoe as the devil. Mercedes was seen shooting its commercial in the French Quarter of Super Bowl host city New Orleans.

You may prefer the original teaser video of Kate Upton "washing" the Mercedes-Benz CLA.

Toyota had one spot in the first quarter of the Super Bowl featuring actress Kaley Cuoco, one of the stars of CBS's The Big Bang Theory. Toyota also sponsoring the post-game show.

To win a chance for their picture to appear in the Toyota Super Bowl commercial, fans were able to submit photos of themselves via Instagram and Twitter using the hashtag #wishgranted.

In this video, Cuoco is seen granting outrageous wishes to a family who drives a 2013 Toyota RAV4.

Volkswagen has released its 60-second Super Bowl ad "Get Happy" which shows office workers with the Monday morning blahs. But one happy Minnesotan with a Caribbean accent and a 2013 Volkswagen Beetle turns everyone's frown upside down.

VW previously released this teaser video titled "Sunny Side" which showed YouTubers whose videos went viral based on being upset, angry or sad. Reggae star Jimmy Cliff sings The Partridge Family's "Come On Get Happy" to cheer up all the people and one irritated llama. No car is featured.

Did any of this year's ads challenge the The 10 Best Super Bowl Car Commercials of All Time?

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