2012 Chevrolet Sonic by Fatlace
A few months ago I was asked to work with GM to work on a new platform called the Chevy Sonic. Once I saw photos of it I immediately did a quick render and sent it over to the guys at GM and said it was very promising. After spending a few more hours on the render, I was able to come up with 2 to submit and a few days later was asked to work on 1 of 5 Sonics coming to the USA. Here’s the render and photos of the car are below.
This 2012 Chevrolet Sonic, interpreted by Mark Arcenal of Fatlace, has a perfect offset stance and is loaded with unique Sonic accessories, including Ground Control Suspension System, Rotiform wheels, Falken Azenis RT615-K tires, an iPad sound station and Baer brakes. Carbon fiber and aluminum exterior trim elements accent its Root Beer exterior which was painted by TNT Autobody while It’s interior was redone by Seatworks using Euro Leather Inc. Leather.
See the Fatlace Sonic on Tour with GM in 2012.
Euro Leather Inc. leather
Seatworks bespoke interior
Carbon shift knob and dash kit
Painted center console and speedometer
Color-matched emergency brake button cover
Arc Audio sound system
Acme tops & tunes Audio and Sac Town Audio installer
Paint & Bodywork by TNT Autobody
Carbon fiber interior moldings, fog lamp surround
Wraptivo carbon roof
Driven Authority Aircraft front lip, side skirts, rear valance diffuser and rear spoiler
2012 Chevrolet Sonic interpreted by Mark Arcenal
Project Manager for the build was Robert Daehn
For more details on Sonic, visit your local Chevrolet dealer.
The Exterior looks awesome. Rotiform Wheels together with the changing paint colors adds so much swag.
The interior boast an iPad dock to not only navigate but let you watch movies and control the stereo system. Take a look at that lovely leather. Kudo’s to the guys over at Seatworks and EuroLeather Inc.
Arc Audio completed the sound system.