The new Sonata can pahk of back out of a spot without a driver behind the wheel
Now if you were watching the handy slot at a parking spot by yourself, you would scream. ”Hey, guys put down yer, Timmies get over here see this, eh”
But it’s different in Boston, And that’s exactly what Handy has set up in his latest ad that will be aired during the upcoming Super Bowl.
Alongside this very smart car- or rather, very smart cah – Boston native John Krasinski, Rachel Dratch, and Chris Evans slip into perfect accents and would be surprised at the fact that this ugly smart machine can pull itself out of a parking lot. and it doesn’t even a driver behind the wheel to do it. Boston Red Sox legend David Ortiz steps up to the plate for this one, too.
And all this despite the fact that no England team is being met this time around. The large game will, for the first time ever, pit the Kansas City Chiefs against the San Francisco 49ers.
But who cares about the big boys knocking near each other in tight white pants when you can see the Sonata doing your thing? This feature is actually called Remote Smart Parking Assist. But in short, it’s known as the smart park or in this case the direction- or, in this case, Smart Park.
Even without anyone behind the wheel, the Sonata can do its thing when prompted pushing the key fob.
Everything starts with the driver who can’t get to a parking lot because someone who doesn’t have a license should have to go halfway into the one beside his. But when Krasinski shows up in a Sonata, He gets out and the car goes to work.
It doesn’t matter how close it is because, with no need to open the door without a driver, Frankly, we’re hoping he’ll be there for a long time, that Mr. Over-The-Line has returned to find out that he can’t be free from his machine. That’s what we want to see, eh!