Posted on 02. Feb, 2014 by in Hyundai Canada

Fountain Valley, Calif., Jan 24, 2014 – Hyundai’s new 30-second Super Bowl blurb “Dad’s Sixth Sense,” that front during a initial entertain of a large game, facilities a all-new 2015 Hyundai Genesis, accessible in dealerships this Spring.

“Dad’s Sixth Sense” dramatizes a near-misses and monumental saves of bland parenting. The movement follows a immature child as he grows up, and Dad is there for him again and again. The blurb culminates with a final monumental save – usually this time, it’s a all-new 2015 Hyundai’s Genesis that has a immature man’s back.

The blurb facilities a song, “Count On Me,” from Bruno Mars’ multi-platinum entrance manuscript “Doo-Wops Hooligans.” Creative was grown by Hyundai’s group of record, INNOCEAN USA, and destined by long-lived Super Bowl standout Frank Todaro. The mark highlights a creation behind a Genesis’ world-class apartment of Sensory Surround Safety features.

“The reserve facilities of a Genesis are like a reserve a father provides to his children, entrance to a rescue when it counts,” pronounced Steve Shannon, clamp president, Marketing, Hyundai Motor America. “The mark also captures a car’s thespian extraneous design, discerning features, reward craftsmanship and assured doing and performance.”

In further to “Dad’s Sixth Sense,” Hyundai’s second 30-second Super Bowl mark facilities a 2014 Elantra in “Nice,” a humorous ad that follows a flirtatious diversion of one-upmanship between a obvious comedian and a immature lady in dual matching Elantras, effectively showcasing a innovative performance, character and record facilities of Hyundai’s compress sedan.

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