2011 SEMA Feature Profile: Chevrolet Sonic Boom Concept
The Sonic has been represented in serious numbers at SEMA 2011. Chevy spent a lot of time working with partners to build custom cars, but also designed a few serious gems of their own. One thing Chevy knew they needed was a Sonic that would really go "boom!" and hence the Sonic Boom Concept was born. The Sonic Boom features a 4,000 watt audio system by Kicker® Performance Audio, custom 19" wheels, Z-Spec Concept Ground Effects, Grille and Spoiler, along with an Anodized Flat Red paint job. A custom "Panic Button" on the front dash activates the Sonic Boom's jet engine- inspired audio system, opens the trunk and back doors while droppin' the hardcore bass on any innocent bystanders. I caught up with Rob Cameron of the Chevrolet Design Team on Monday night and had him tell us a little about the car. Check the video out (you know the drill) after the jump!
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