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Wanda Maximoff Returns To Westview In A New Commercial

If you, like millions of other excited fans, soaked up every episode of "WandaVision" like a ShamWow made out of enthusiasm, then you know a few things. You know that Vision is now rocking the approximate pallor of Conan O'Brien before his makeup team gets to the studio. You know that sometimes, what appears to be a universe-changing development, seemingly designed to tie a fractured-but-beloved tangle of franchises together after 20 years of confusion, is actually just a setup for a gag about a guy whose last name is "Bohner."

And most of all, you know that Chaos Magic makes things better. Nothing bad has ever come from Wanda Maximoff's ability to bend reality to her singular vision of perfection. That's probably why everyone in Westview looked so bummed out when she left: Their lives were so vastly improved by the Machiavellian designs of a sitcom-obsessed young woman in mourning that they couldn't imagine life without her.

Similarly, savvy drivers can't imagine life without the all-new Hyundai Tucson, its 187-horsepower 2.5-liter engine, and its revolutionary hands-free liftgate. And now, thanks to the unstoppable power of brand integration, the good people of Westview can experience everything that the 2022 Hyundai has to offer.

They did a "WandaVision" Hyundai commercial with Elizabeth Olsen. Looking back, we could have spelled that out a little more succinctly, but here we are.

Wanda returns in the all-new 2022 Hyundai Tucson

The 15-second ad spot opens on Wanda Maximoff, holding the 2022 Hyundai Tucson in her outstretched palm like the plaything of some uncaring god. The miniaturized SUV is the only object in a monochrome world which exists in color, implying that it has not yet bent the knee to the will of this despotic sorceress, no doubt thanks to the inner strength afforded it by its rugged design and HTRAC All Wheel Drive. Hyundai: Question Everything.

"Why is it the 'golden age of television' if it's all in black and white?" asks Wanda, staring through the television screen and into the eyes of viewers as if to say, "I could take everything that you love away from you with the power of a single thought." With a point of her nigh-omnipotent finger, she makes the toy car disappear and transforms a period-appropriate car behind her into a full-sized Hyundai Tucson, complete with Wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. The surrounding area is instantly transformed into a colorful world, filled with seemingly endless possibilities — as any area would with the addition of a Hyundai Tucson, or when an unstoppable magician torpedoes the laws of physics, nature, and society in order to work through the loss of the robot she was dating for a while.

Troublingly, Wanda wraps up the ad by pointing to the hood of the vehicle and opening a black void into nothingness, where only a Hyundai logo and a "WandaVision" promo exist. Still, if any new-model SUV can take that sort of treatment, it's the 2022 Hyundai Tucson, now available as a hybrid or plug-in hybrid and featuring a dynamic 8-inch touchscreen display.

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