Super Bowl Commercials 2012: Toyota Reinvents The World

Toyota is spending a whole bunch of money to have a 60-second spot in this year's Super Bowl. The company is also essentially "reinventing" every thing that's ever existed, as indicated by the new commercial. Apparently, the people over at Toyota have been very, very busy lately.

As you can tell, Toyota clearly isn't happy with the present versions of blenders, couches and even plants, so they have reinvented them all to better fit an apparently grand vision of a world in which things always have roughly six functions. Oddly enough, though, reinventing the Camry essentially just means making a new car.

After turning babies into time machines, the reinvented Camry should be something other than a four-door sedan that gets good milage, no?

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