Sometimes commercials from other countries are completely awesome, other times not so much. Heck, MOST of the commercials in the United States suck, but I think this commercial for Hyundai takes the cake as our WTF moment of the day.

Must be part of the new DC You that everyone is talking about – What will it take to get DC You into a new car today?


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  1. Alisha
    June 8, 2015 at 1:31 pm — Reply

    So Batman, Superman and The Flash can turn into cars now?

    • Armaan
      June 8, 2015 at 10:58 pm — Reply

      I’d read that.
      Justice League: Transformers. Brainiac has infected planet Earth with a virus that knocks all metahumans unconscious. Cyborg, kept awake by his better half(hee), manages to transfer the consciousnesses of Batman, Superman and the Flash into full transformable Hyundai..vehicles…
      somehow have their powers.

      Okay, obviously a work in progress.
      Still, you just KNOW Batman, Flash and Wonder Woman’ll turn into the most stylish cars ever.

  2. Arbor Day
    June 8, 2015 at 7:08 pm — Reply

    Clearly, its a metaphor for bland car design. She’s lost in a parking garage and not being able to tell her car from the multitude of others, an event equal to the city being destroyed. These cars are grandiose in design and aesthetics just like superheros.

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