Chevy just trolled the entire country with its genius Super Bowl ad

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The car company's Super Bowl XLIX ad for its Chevy Colorado truck aired quickly after kickoff, momentarily giving all of America a collective heart attack. The 30-second spot, showing a broken image and then cutting to complete dead air, fooled most game watchers that their cable had gone down.

 

Watch: 2015 Chevy Super Bowl Commercial: 4G LTE Wi-Fi – 2015 Colorado | Chevrolet


[youtube height=”500″ width=”800″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHS426cnNBA[/youtube]

 




Audible gasps, angry tweets and panicked chuckles ensued, as the ad returned to Chevy discussing its new car with built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi (which would've let you stream the game if your cable service actually went out).

Well played, Chevy — but never do that again.

Twitter reacted as Twitter does: With jokes and general outrage. (Even Anna Kendrick and Josh Groban agreed that the commercial was needlessly traumatic!)

https://twitter.com/AnnaKendrick47/status/562030168626442242





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