By on January 12, 2013

Sound Quality is a small specialty store in Chiba, across Tokyo Bay. They equipped a small Smart with sound so big that you can hear it on Ginza when they turn it on in Chiba.

This is a non-exhaustive sampling of the rear sub-woofers  There are more elsewhere. They take up so much room that the carlet turned into a Smart for1.

And smart it is. We count six flat screens. The one in the steering wheel hopefully switches automatically from portrait to landscape.

Did we mention that there are more sub-woofers elsewhere?

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