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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.

Just as Hippo Campus obsesses over every detail of their music, we obsess over every detail of how you hear it. See how it all comes together for sound as alive as their shows. Join us as we cruise through L.A. on our way to an exclusive rooftop recording of their melodic track “Tuesday,” performed live under the neon lights atop the Rosslyn Hotel.


The reviews are in!

  • 2017 INFINITI QX30

    "The Premium package includes a plethora of conveniences that includes a superb 10-speaker Bose Audio system ... The Bose sound system was way better than I have become accustomed to in vehicles in this class."

    Jock McCleary

  • 2017 Nissan Armada

    "The standard 13-speaker Bose audio system is superb. It’s almost worth taking a long drive just to listen to it."

    Greg Wilson

  • 2017 Cadillac CT6

    "Bose took no short cuts creating the most advanced and highest-performing automotive sound system. For inspiration, Bose automotive engineers used sound systems designed for home, public spaces and live music venues. Their mix of articulated and linear arrays of speakers mean the sound from the speakers is full, wide and rich. Anything you play on the system sounds like [insert guilty pleasure here] to the ears. From Metallica to Mozart, you’ll feel like you’re sitting in a theatre awash in a private concert."
    Lisa Calvi

  • 2017 INFINITI Q60

    "The standard Bose Performance 13-speaker audio system provided some of the richest sound I’ve heard in a long time; I’m going to call it an A+. I could hear parts of songs that I didn’t know/remember were there."

    Scott Sturgis
    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette