“It’s a brand new car!” The gang hit the road in a 2018 Chevrolet Suburban SUV. Rugged, automation, comfort, and luxury – how can we use these lessons in our activism?
Sound Note: This show was recorded in a moving car. Thanks to Jimmy Bigbee Garver who recorded, edited, and mixed this episode.
The Chevy Suburban
Why the Suburban? It’s the longest continuous use automobile nameplate in production, starting in 1935, and has traditionally been one of General Motors’ most profitable vehicles.
We were driving the 11th Generation of the Suburban. Truck front, station wagon back: it’s the reverse mullet of the Chevy truck line.
If you’re not familiar with the Suburban…
What do we make of fake engine noises?
- Faking It: Engine-Sound Enhancement Explained-Tech Dept.
- www.popularmechanics.com – The Rise of the Fake Engine Roar
- BMW M5 generates fake engine noise using stereo
- A roar deal: why your car’s engine noise might be fake
We want to thank our sponsor who made this episode of the Pop Culture Salvage Expeditions possible, The Chevrol– just kidding! That’s never gonna happen. This show is paid for by donations to the Center for Artistic Activism, a 501.3c non-profit organization.
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