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A total experience as exceptional as the vehicle itself



Exhilaration wrapped in elegance



Unbound sound that exceeds your expectations


There are plenty of vehicles that can get you from point A to point B. But only cars with Bose sound can truly move you. No matter what you’re looking for, Bose can deliver a better sound experience.

Find the vehicle—and the sound—that’s right for you.

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  • Bose introduced the first premium in-car stereo system in 1982, and in doing so, helped launch an entirely new industry … What started out as a relatively modest 4-speaker system in a 1983 Cadillac Seville has grown into a monstrous industry filled with component speaker systems, subwoofers, multi-channel amplifiers, custom equalization, DVD playback, built-in navigation, and more. And what started out as a GM exclusive in the early 1980s has developed into a partnership with over 15 auto manufacturers.

    Caleb Denison,

  • In the ’80s heyday of the aftermarket stereo business, Bose strikes a handshake deal with General Motors to design the first custom speaker installation in a vehicle. Bose reckoned that in an automotive interior, with listeners positioned in one of four or five known locations inside a clearly defined ‘room’ space, it ought to be possible to accurately replicate the experience of listening to a live performance. The 1983 Cadillac Seville that launched the branded audio market featured four speakers with analogue equalization and amplification onboard each speaker (tuned differently for cloth or leather interiors).

    Bose is still the No. 1 automotive supplier of branded-audio systems.

    Frank Markus,

    Motor Trend (Online)