What IS that tune??????

There is a TV commercial for Toyota(?) that shows a fellow in his car driving the highway. He drives along the seaside across a bridge and winds up in a restaurant on a Maine Island around the Brunswick, Maine area. Inside the restaurant he orders chowder. The waiter asks if he if is up on vacation and he responds "no lunch".

What is the music in the background?

Thanks, Doug :-)
Jeez, funny you mention it...I just saw a car commercial that I think was for Toyota. I don't recall much about the visuals, but they had edited Jethro Tull's "Thick as a Brick" so that it was just the instumental bridge. I think this is what you're refering to. Happy Tunes!
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"Thick as a Brick" is on the commercial for Hyundai Sonata, I just saw/heard it. Does Toyota use the same song?
Thanks for the responses. This is not the car commercial I am thinking of though. Muzikat is correct, the Hyundai commercial uses "Thick as a Brick".

In the commercial I am thinking of, the fellow is driving a black two-door sports-coupe type car. He drives across a low bridge that is just above the water. The restaurant he eventually ends up at is on the tip of a piece of land with water all around. Thanks :-) Doug