The most recent effort to promote the new Chevy Sonic has seen the car brand work together with famed street artist Jeff Soto, where he will drive up to a brick wall in downtown Oakland, California, in a Chevy Sonic (what else?). Now, this particular Chevy Sonic is no ordinary showroom model simply because it has received a very special modification, where it has the ability to create a mural thanks to being outfitted with a paint-blaster which will reveal itself from the Sonic’s sun roof. A robotic arm will hold the paint-blaster in place, and the spray-paint is controlled via various mechanics that have been built right into the car’s computerized control panel. There is a joystick, pressure gauges, and a push button for Jeff to play around with, rendering precise drawings thanks to the robotic arm. Sounds like a crazy tag team, but it gets the job done and is certainly an attention grabber.
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