Roland And GLM Partner To Develop Electric Cars Sound Like Space Ships

Posted: Aug 19 2015, 8:45am CDT | by , in Cars & Vehicles


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Roland and GLM Partner to Develop Electric Cars Sound Like Space Ships
GLM Model ZZ car featuring Roland-powered driving sound system
  • Roland synthetics will make GLM electric cars sound like space ships!

The system by Roland will provide car enthusiasts with ingenious neo-futuristic sound in the ZZ models.

There is no exact parameter for what an electric car should sound like. Some automakers make vehicles with sounds so sleek they are non-existent. While others make vehicles which bring on the full bass of the engine.

The market is rife with different customers with different tastes. While some dot not like to make a splash with their car engine. Some revel in alerting others by the sound of their vehicles.

Amidst all the choices another one has hit the market. According to Roland synthetics they have come up with a futuristic sound system. The sound system will be installed in the Japanese cars GLM.

The system will first be introduced in the ZZ electric roadster cars. The ZZ model cars will be available in the market by this fall. The system will bring a variety of sounds into the passenger compartment.

Electric car sound kit featuring Roland’s renowned SuperNATURAL® synthesizer technology

The sounds will be based on acceleration and other engine factors. Roland claims the symphony created by the system will bring about ingenious neo-futuristic sounds. The sounds will give the driver the experience of being in a space ship on the road. The claims were made by Roland in a press release.

The driver will also be able to select from a range of sounds. The options for the sounds consist of a lion's roar or Christopher Walken purring "zoom zoom". The sounds will be emitted as the driver smashes the accelerator to the floor.

The ZZ models by GLM are limited series cars. The cars are not made available in the US.

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