Ministry of Sound has grown over the past two decades into an internationally renowned brand, including a record label, fashion line and series of consumer electronics. But it all started with a single room, designed by Martin Audio, that is said to have some of the best accoustics and finest sound systems in the world. Now Martin has applied the same formula to create the Nissan Juke Box.
The concept car packs a 19-kilowatt system with two 18-inch subwoofers capable of producing a staggering 150 dB. If that number doesn’t mean anything to you, consider that it’s louder than a 747 at take-off. Seriously. The Juke Box will tour Europe over the next six months, starting at Le Mans this weekend. If you’re stuck on this side of the Atlantic, you can check it out in the image gallery above and the pair of video clips below.
Nissan partners with Ministry of Sound for one-of-a-kind Juke Box [w/videos] originally appeared on Autoblog on Sun, 17 Jun 2012 18:32:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.