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2014 Chevrolet Impala Rocks!



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ANCHOR LEAD: Most of us sing in our cars… but it’s never turned into a song that can be heard on the radio. Time to turn up the volume… Brian Osuch has more. (:60) SCRIPT: Zero-to-Sixty, I’m Brian Osuch. (MUSIC: Detroit Throttle) When Detroit-based rock band, The Gentlemen Mutineers heard that the 2014 Impala was the quietest sedan Chevrolet has ever made, they decided to put this to the test by recording parts of this “Impala Mix” to their song “Detroit Throttle” while in the car. Grammy-Winning Audio Engineer, Mark Pastoria worked on the track. CUT: (Pastoria) I’m amazed how quiet the Impala is. We recorded vocals and instrument tracks from inside the vehicle. You can’t hear any of the traffic or construction noise. The Impala rocks! SCRIPT: GM’s Russ Clark says the 2014 Chevrolet Impala is luxuriously quiet using technology many of us are pretty familiar with. CUT: (Clark) The new Impala is quiet by design, and that’s due in part to active noise-cancelling technology used – and people have seen that in high-end headphones. And Active Noise Cancellation in the Impala is standard with our four-cylinder powertrains. And it really helps make the redesigned flagship Chevrolet the quietest full-size sedan we’ve ever done. SCRIPT: (MUSIC: Detroit Throttle Reprise) To download a free copy of the “Impala Mix” visit media-dot-chevrolet-dot-com. That’s Zero-to-Sixty.
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