SEMA 2011: Part Four

Words by Tim Wong

This will be the final post of SEMA coverage.


One of the cars that really made an impression was the Chevy Sonic Boom. It’s a slighty upgraded model of the Chevy Sonic. This lower end consumer car is equipped with a turbocharger and already has quite the aftermarket support.


The Chevy booth had several Sonic Booms on displayed modified by different companies.


This one was equipped with a 4,000 watt audio system by Kicker® Performance Audio, custom 19” wheels, Z-Spec Concept Ground Effects, Grille and Spoiler, and an Anodized Flat Red paint job.


It is also fitted with a custom “Panic Button” on the front dash activates the Sonic Boom’s jet-engine inspired audio system and opens the trunk and back doors.


The Scion FR-S. This is supposed to be the successor to the AE86 which I’m highly suspicious of. Instead I treat it as a completely…

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