With the Super Bowl fast approaching, so are the big-budget commercials starring your favorite A-list celebrities. We already got a look at one of them featuring Chris Evans, Rachel Dratch, and John Krasinski in over-the-top Boston accents.

The commercial for the 2020 Hyundai Sonata shows off the vehicles Remote Smart Parking Assist, or “smart park” capabilities, which allow it to self-park without the driver even in the vehicle at all. The commercial shows the feature detecting cars parked unevenly and being able to navigate itself between them and park on its own. 

“Look who’s got smaht pahk,” Krasinski says in a thick Bostonian accent. 

Boston Red Sox legend David “Big Papi” Ortiz also makes an appearance as another Boston citizen expressing his impression at the self-parking car. Two of Mark Wahlberg’s brothers also apparently make an appearance at the beginning of the ad as the men initially trying to park in the difficult spot. 

“Wicked smaht,” Papi says, followed by Dratch’s character saying, “That’s a ghost car.”

Evans and Dratch then begin listing off places in Boston, wondering if he was able to park in those areas. “Pahked it,” Krasinksi’s character responds. 

All three famous actors are Boston natives.

Hyundai Super Bowl Evans Krasinski Dratch John Krasinski, Rachel Dratch, and Chris Evans in a Super Bowl LIV ad for the 2020 Hyundai Sonata. Photo: Hyundai

The Hyundai commercial will air during the first quarter of Super Bowl LIV on Sunday, Feb. 2 on Fox. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. EST. 

Despite the Super Bowl commercial taking place in Boston, the Super Bowl legends the New England Patriots are not playing this year. However, they did play last year and won. The Patriots are tied with the Pittsburg Steelers as having the most Super Bowl wins out of any team. 

Hyundai stole the ad show last year as well with their “Elevator” commercial featuring Jason Batement, advertising their “shopper assurance program.” That commercial at press time has almost 39 million views on YouTube.