Whether your 2015 Super Bowl party ended in tears of joy or defeat, one thing most of us can agree on is that we love the ads.
Despite reports that many car makers were going to sit out this game, Super Bowl XLIX still gave us a generous assortment of automotive ads to enjoy and new model previews to savor.
We rounded up this year’s Super Bowl car ads in case you missed any or just want to see your favorites again.
BMW Super Bowl Ad – Newfangled Idea
In 1994, Bryant Gumbel and Katie Couric contemplate the internet. Twenty-one years later they’re faced with the BMW i3.
Chevrolet Super Bowl Ad – 4G LTE Wi-Fi
Moments before kickoff, Chevrolet tries to scare Super Bowl fans into an all new 2015 Colorado complete with 4G LTE Wi-Fi in case of game day emergencies.
Dodge Super Bowl Ad – Wisdom
Dodge celebrates a hundred years by sharing the wisdom of those who have seen that century.
Fiat Super Bowl Ad – The FIAT Blue Pill
An elderly gentleman’s mishap with his last blue pill gives birth to the all-new 2016 Fiat 500X crossover.
Jeep Super Bowl Ad – Beautiful Lands
A video montage of the Jeep Renegade exploring the world to the backdrop of This Land is Your Land.
Kia Super Bowl Ad – The Perfect Getaway
Pierce Brosnan and a movie producer plot an unexpected yet perfect getaway with the 2016 Kia Sorento.
Lexus Super Bowl Ad – Make Some Noise
This stylish music video of sorts uses NX-generated sounds to introduce the Lexus NX Turbo and hybrid.
Mercedes Super Bowl Ad – Fable
Meet the 2016 Mercedes-AMG GT S in this new twist on the old tortoise and the hare fable.
Nissan Super Bowl Ad – With Dad
Harry Chapin’s Cat’s In the Cradle plays over the struggles of a family raising a son while the father works on the road.
Toyota Super Bowl Ad – How Great I am
In this inspirational ad, snowboarder Amy Purdy’s triumphs over tragedy to the background of iconic words from Muhammad Ali.
Toyota Super Bowl Ad 2 – My Bold Dad
Yes, Toyota brought us, not one, but two ads on game day. Sharing the father theme, this ad follows the relationship of a father and daughter through the years.
If you’re wondering how your favorite ad fared, you can check USA Today’s Ad Meter. Of course what really matters is what you thought.