VIDEOS Best Super Bowl commercials 2015: the year’s funniest, sexiest ads

Best Super Bowl Ads 2015: Carl's Jr. Sexy Burger Spot

A whole host of new Super Bowl commercials 2015 are already available online, so there’s no need to wait for kickoff to check them out. There’s also no need to scour the Internet, wading through a bazillion search results. You can find the best of the bunch organized in one place here below!

Of course, these are just my picks. When you’re done watching, why not leave a comment and let everyone know what you think are the best Super Bowl commercials 2015 had to offer?

Now, let’s get started…

Toyota Camry goes the inspirational route with their “How Great I Am” ad. Boxing legend Muhammad Ali and double amputee Paralympian Amy Purdy feature in this first of two great Toyota Super Bowl commercials.

The second emotional Toyota spot features NFL players (and their own kids) talking about their fathers. Watch the “To Be A Dad” commercial here:

Merecedes-Benz took a more humorous approach to selling cars in their new Super Bowl ad. The one-minute spot cost Mercedes $9 million at this year’s rate of $4.5 million per 30 seconds of advertising. Check out their tortoise-and-the-hare inspired spot here now:

Car companies didn’t have the monopoly on making the best Super Bowl commercials this year, though. A Bud Light spot dubbed “Coin” gave one beer fan the honor of playing the role of Pac Man inside a life-size version of the popular arcade maze game, this time set inside a Vegas style nightclub. Sign me up for this!

The Unilever brand Dove shelled out big bucks to promote their Men + Care line of products with a sweet real-men-are-great-daddies spot titled “Real Strength.” Warning: if this video doesn’t make you cry, you may want to get your soul examined.

Besides humor and emotion, we all know sex sells! Fast food restaurant Carl’s Jr. knows it too, and is offering Super Bowl 2015 viewers a super sexy ad, with model Charlotte McKinney shilling their all-natural beef burgers in the buff for this “All Natural” commercial. Check out the too-hot-for-TV extended version here now:

Still want more? Find out why GoDaddy pulled its “Lost Dog” Super Bowl ad – and watch the cancelled spot – here.

Feel free to sound off on your favorites here below!

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