Hyundai Super Bowl commercial unites Boston celebs for ‘wicked smaht’ ad – New York Post
Talk about a “smaht car commercial.”
Hyundai’s new celeb-filled Super Bowl commercial is already going viral by hilariously spoofing Boston vernacular.
In the 1-minute clip posted yesterday, Massachusetts natives Chris Evans, John Krasinski and Rachel Dratch argue in exaggerated Boston accents over whether Krasinski will be able to “pahk” his Hyundai Sonata in a tight spot.
Fortunately, thanks to Hyundai’s new automated “smart parking” — or as they call it, “smaht pahking” — he’s able to maneuver the vehicle without a problem.
“Just hit the clickah, the car pahks itself,” quips the “A Quiet Place” actor-director in his best “Good Will Hunting” impression. The actors then proceed to rattle off a list of impossible-to-pahk-at Boston locations from Foxborough to the Garden. And if that wasn’t enough, legendary Red Sox slugger David “Big Papi” Ortiz calls the new feature “wicked smaht” from his apartment window.
The funny ad quickly racked up over 2.5 million views on YouTube and responses such as “Does the car come with Chris Evans? Because if that’s the case, I want it.”
The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers vie for the Super Bowl 2020 win starting at 6:30 p.m. ET Sunday, Feb. 2, on Fox.
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