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GMC Yukon

February 03, 2008 | 1:00

This minute-long spot was one of the evening's few departures from the laughter-chasing ads that filled the rest of Super Bowl XLII. General Motors and Leo Burnett Los Angeles here promote the GMC Yukon Hybrid with a distinctively animated Sisphyus, drawn by Marcell Jankovics, a Hungarian who was nominated for an Academy Award for the short film "Sisphyus" in 1976.

GM originally planned to use its minute-long berth in the 2008 game to feature Chevrolet, but eventually decided to go with GMC, advertising Chevy in the pre-game show and Cadillac in the post-game.

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  • BrandGMC Yukon
  • Year2008
  • AgencyLeo Burnett
  • Superbowl #XLII
  • Quarter airedQ2