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Bass boffins SubPac and French automaker Peugeot have announced the world’s first music-based concept car.

The stunning new concept car – which will get its debut at the Frankfurt Auto show in two weeks time – has been dubbed Fractal.

SubPac have fitted their ground-breaking tactile bass technology into the car’s four seats producing a club-like experience whilst you drive.

It gets better though, the cabin’s acoustics have been tuned by international electronic producer and Ninja Tune artist Amon Tobin. Elsewhere the car comes with a smartwatch remote system and custom loudspeakers by FOCAL.

“Music is a central part of the driving experience. Integrating SubPac technology into the automotive world has always been a part of our road-map, and we’re beyond thrilled to be a part of the forward-thinking Peugeot Fractal,” said John Alexiou, SubPac’s CEO.

“Once people physically feel the true impact of music and sound, there is no going back to just hearing it”.

The Peugeot Fractal concept car – which incorporates SubPac’s tactile bass systems – will be unveiled and on display at the 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show from September 17 through to September 27.

Andrew Rafter

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