Audi used its 60-second spot during the second quarter of the big game to showcase its electronic car range E-Tron.

The spot, produced by the agency Venables Bell & Partners, marked the automaker’s 10th Super Bowl appearance.

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Hyundai aired a 60-second spot produced by its agency of record, Innocean, during the first quarter.

The ad starred actor Jason Bateman and feature the model 2020 Palisade SUV.

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The automaker made its 11th appearance at the big game this year, in a spot developed by its agency David&Goliath.

At 90 seconds, the spot “Give It Everything” was its longest ever. It aired during the third quarter.

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After sitting out last year, the luxury-car maker returned to the Super Bowl this year.

The brand showcased its brand-new A-Class vehicle with a guest appearance by the Atlanta-based musician Ludacris, who is now an ambassador for the brand.

It is fitting, as the game was played at the home of its US headquarters.

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Toyota made its seventh appearance in eight years at the Super Bowl, this time with two spots. The first 60-second ad focused on the RAV4 and featured the athlete Antoinette “Toni” Harris and was directed by Joe Pytka, who is behind more than 80 Super Bowl commercials¬†for brands like Budweiser, Pepsi, and Nike. The creative was led by Burrell, while media was led by Saatchi & Saatchi.

The second 60-second ad featured its Supra car. The spot,”Wizard,” displayed the car “as it conquers the obstacles of a life-sized pinball machine,” according to the brand. Creative was led by Saatchi & Saatchi and media was handled by Saatchi & Saatchi and Zenith Media.

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¬†Credits to: “” By: Tanya Dua February 4, 2019