Toyota Tundra Super Bowl 2009 Commerical Goes Mad Max On Detroit

Posted: Feb 2 2009, 7:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:53pm CDT , in Super Bowl


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Toyota Tundra Super Bowl 2009 Commerical goes Mad Max on Detroit

US carmakers had to endure a menacing commercial from Toyota that presented a Toyota Tundra truck in a Mad Max inspired setting. US carmakers are absent from this year's Super Bowl.

If Toyota would have signed Mel Gibson to drive the Truck up that giant steel heat tunnel construction the ad would have been perfect.
Toyota actually had that construction built for real in the Mojave Desert. The idea is that the Toyota Tundra can bring massive power even under extreme heat. This is of course very important for the 5 people living in a dessert pulling heavy trailers around. Watch the manly Toyota Tundra Super Bowl 2009 commercial below and forget Global Warming for 30 seconds.

Find out what has been the funniest and greatest Super Bowl 2009 Ads in our Super Bowl 2009 coverage for Geeks. This Super Bowl is a treat for geeks as it had for instance the first 3D Super Bowl Ads and lots of Super Bowl Ads featuring new 2009 Sci-fi Movies including the new Star Trek and the next Transformers movie. Do not forget to get your 3D Glasses for hot Super Bowl 3D Ads.
More Super Bowl 2009 Coverage for Geeks. See also our Top 10 Super Bowl Tips for Geeks.

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