I am going to spell out the basic concept for this commercial before you watch it, because the concept is dumb. Basically, a Hyundai Veloster Turbo is lined up on a runway next to an angry, caged cheetah. The cheetah will be released from the cage and will engage in a race with the car. After taking three strides, the cheetah realizes that it is slower than the car and gives up. This is supposed to be a metaphor for how fast the car is. It then attacks the guy who released it from a cage. Here's the commercial.
According to my second grade science teacher and my favorite PBS program featuring the Kratt Brothers, cheetahs can run up to 70 miles per hour. I once owned a three-door 1987 Ford Festiva that could go 75 miles per hour, so this is not impressive, Hyundai.
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