Toyota Serves Up Super Funny Ad for 2012 Super Bowl
Japanese automaker Toyota served up a witty 60-second ad for this year's Super Bowl, which centers around the "reinvented" 2012 Toyota Camry. The new Camry is among the many "reinvented" things in the video. As the spokesman explains, Toyota couldn't stop at the new Camry; it has to reinvent several other things as well, from a couch made of supermodels to cops that give massages.
The funny ad spot is one of two 30-second ads that Toyota aired during the 2012 Super Bowl Game. As Toyota explains in a statement, "The premise of the spot is that good things are always better when reinvented; and in this case, they are also funnier."1 Viewers of the commercial are urged to use Twitter and tweet the hashtag #Reinvented to let the brand know what they would like to see reinvented. The ad plays the Richard Strauss' Also Sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30 fanfare, which was used in the 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey.
The Toyota ad promises to be one of the most entertaining of this year's Super Bowl game, but it got competition from Audi's commercial (involving vampires) and Volkwagen's commercial (featuring a host of dogs barking the Imperial March from the Star Wars franchise.
Capitol Toyota rely liked both ad spots this year, and we hope you did too! Let us know what you think of the commercials and what you think of the new Toyota Camry. If you haven't had a chance to see it yet, feel free to drop by 780 Salem Industrial Drive Ne, Salem, OR, 97301 and take a look!
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