For many years car radios were manufactured by subsidiaries of the manufactures themselves. The usual Ford or Delco radio, however, has been perceived by much of the buying public as low-end, with sound quality and features not quite as good as aftermarket audio components. To combat this, many manufacturers have begun installing components that wear the logo of third-party audiophile brands. Buick has strongly promoted its association with Bose (though certainly not the only car maker to do so), and Suzuki featured components from boomcar fanbois’ favorite Rockford-Fosgate.
Your encyclopedic task for this Monday is to list all the car brand/audio brand bedfellows you can think of, as well as notable models that made use of that partnership for extra bragging rights.
Difficulty: As easy as taking candy from fish in a barrel.
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[Oh, and the few of you who know what prompted this question today, please don’t spill the beans.]