Chevrolet has introduced a handful of Sonic concepts at the SEMA Motor Show. The most notable is the Super 4 which has a carbon fiber body kit, a chromoly roll cage and a fire suppression system.
Chevrolet has introduced a handful of Sonic concepts at the SEMA Motor Show.
First up, the Sonic All-Activity Vehicle was designed with the assistance of Ricky Carmichael - an X-Games gold medalist and NASCAR racer. As such, it features an aerodynamic body kit, a revised grille and 18-inch alloy wheels. Other highlights include a sports suspension, high-performance brakes and a bespoke interior.
The Sonic Super 4, on the other hand, is a race car concept that has a carbon fiber body kit, a chromoly roll cage and a fire suppression system.
The Sonic Z-Spec concept features a ground effects package, a unique grille and custom graphics. There's also a flat-bottom steering wheel, a sport pedal kit and an aluminum gear knob.
Next up, the Dusk concept has Berlin Blue exterior with tinted headlights and 18-inch alloy wheels. Inside, there's Mojave leather seats, satin chrome trim and a premium sound system.
Lastly, the Sonic Boom concept has a custom paint job and a 4,000-watt Kicker audio system.
Check out the press release for additional information