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 |  Jan 30 2012, 6:20 PM

Last but not least, Hyundai’s fifth and final Super Bowl ad showcases the Genesis sedan.

Titled “Faster Acting,” this 30-second commercial highlights the new 429-horsepower Genesis R-Spec sedan. It helps tie together the theme of performance, so the pre-game spots are bridged with the in-game ads. It’s your run-of-the-mill car ad – no cheetahs or dying bosses to speak of. But if you love watching new cars go really fast, you’ll enjoy this one.

Watch “Faster Acting” after the jump.

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 |  Jan 30 2012, 5:45 PM

Adding to Hyundai’s Super Bowl ad lineup, the automaker’s fourth commercial focuses on the Elantra.

Celebrating its 2012 North American Car of the Year victory, the Elantra takes a 30-second “Victory Lap” during the game. The Elantra won the award in January, and what better time than the Super Bowl to celebrate the big win. Instead of a parade, the Elantra takes a victory lap around the neighborhood with a little fanfare (hey, honking your horn can be considered fanfare.)

Watch Hyundai “Victory Lap” commercial after the jump.

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 |  Jan 30 2012, 3:30 PM

The third Hyundai Super Bowl ad features the Genesis Coupe… and if you believe everything you see, it can actually bring someone back to life

“Think Fast,” a 30-second spot that will play in the fourth quarter of the game, features Bob, a recurring character that will star in Hyundai’s social media plans. In the ad, Bob is driving his boss in his Genesis Coupe R-Spec. While in the middle of offering Bob some words of wisdom, the elderly boss falls unconscious. Bob doesn’t lose his head during this medical emergency – instead, he rapidly accelerates and stops his car repeatedly, performing a sort of Genesis CPR. There’s enough force to bring the boss back to life, who starts his speech right where he left off.

If you’re a fan of Bob’s, you can check out more “Bob’s High-Powered Business Tips” by visiting Hyundai’s YouTube Channel.

Check out “Think Fast” after the jump.

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