Not only does Sonic kickflip, it also flips the script on the definition of a small car and was named one of Ward’s 10 Best Interiors. But that’s not surprising. After all, Sonic does street art, makes music videos, bungee jumps and even skydives. And being recognized as one of the 10 Best Interiors is just another feat to add to its list of firsts.
When it comes to the interior, Sonic is in it to win it. The gear-shaped tachometer and motorcycle-inspired instrument cluster over the steering wheel displays all the vital information for the driver at a quick glance. With the available USB port, you can upload music from your USB device and jam out to your favorite songs. The convenience of Bluetooth® wireless technology lets you to take and receive calls with your compatible smartphone without taking your hands off the steering wheel. Interior amenities such as this, also shows Sonic makes room for technology.
When there are limits, Sonic makes limit-ade.
For one, limited space doesn’t mean you should feel limited and Sonic shocked the world by delivering style over sticker price. Maximizing space by offering two glove boxes and storage bins on either end of the center stack means less clutter and more room for your friends. Plus, with thoughtful extras like a bottle holder in each front door and three, yes three, cup holders between the two front seats, it’s clear that Sonic is doing it big in the small car segment.
So how did Sonic transform small-car confines into big-time capabilities? Is it the music video, the street art painting and the adventurous kickflips? Um, maybe. Or it could be one simple word. . . Game.