New 2012 Sonic USA
In 1976, former University of Texas architecture student Jay Ross found himself running an automobile accessory business in Ft. Lauderdale. His hobby was fast powerboats, and when his friends saw his 454 cu inch powered jet boat, the idea for Sonic Powerboats was realized. Over the three years, tastes would change. Some early Sonics were outboard powered, the radar arches have come and gone, but the consistent, predictable handling of the Sonic hull was always requested by both beginning and experienced offshore performance enthusiasts. By 1992 the company was a major player in performance boating, with models ranging from 22 feet up into the forties. Sonic racing became an established entity, with dozens of trophies for offshore competition.
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