Watch: Chris Evans, John Krasinski use Boston accents in Super Bowl ad

Jan. 27 (UPI) — Chris Evans and John Krasinski use heavy Boston accents in a new Super Bowl ad.

Hyundai shared a commercial Monday featuring actors Evans, Krasinski and Rachel Dratch and former Boston Red Sox baseball player David Ortiz that will run during Super Bowl LIV.

Evans, Krasinski and Dratch channel their Massachusetts roots by using exaggerated accents in the ad, titled “Smaht Pahk.”

The commercial shows Krasinski demonstrate the 2020 Hyundai Sonata’s Smart Park feature, which allows the car to park itself without a driver. Krasinski confirms he’s used Smart Park in several Massachusetts locations that Evans and Dratch list off, including Dorchester, Foxborough and Boston Harbor.

Ortiz, who played for the Red Sox for 16 years, leans out of a window during the demonstration.

Super Bowl LIV will take place Feb. 2 in Miami, Fla. Demi Lovato will perform the national anthem, while Jennifer Lopez and Shakira will co-headline the halftime show.

Doritos teased a Super Bowl ad last week featuring Sam Elliott. The preview shows the actor reciting Lil Nas X’s hit song “Old Town Road” in his signature Western drawl.

Evans played Captain America in the Marvel cinematic universe, while Krasinski starred on The Office and directed and co-wrote the upcoming film The Quiet Place II. Dratch starred on Saturday Night Live.