Chalk up another reason to buy the Chevy Volt in 2011: a powerful, compact, energy-efficient sound system from Bose. According to the company, the system is 30% smaller, 40% lighter, and uses 50% less energy than conventional Bose sound systems.
The system uses “advanced switching amplification, high motor force speakers and proprietary control circuitry” to cut power use in half. At the same time, the sound system retains Bose control circuitry to create concert hall-quality sound.
Chevrolet’s Volt — a plug-in hybrid vehicle — is scheduled to begin production in 2010.
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