It happens all the time. Just when you switch on the stereo, talk to a passenger, or settle back on a quiet drive, noise interrupts the moment. Even the most luxurious cars are prone to excessive noise, especially those caused by engine and wind. Acoustic glass is designed to stop these sounds first.
The difference has to do with frequencies. Wind generates a high frequency, while engines produce a low one. By replacing the normal plastic layer in laminated glass with one designed to absorb these frequencies, acoustic glass can reduce total noise by up to 10 decibels. That's equal to the noise of wind blowing through trees.
The effect is remarkable. Not only do you enjoy a quieter ride, but a safer one, as the lack of noise greatly improves driver concentration and comfort.
Fully neutral in terms of colour and easily combined with features such as antireflective and heatable, acoustic glass has to be experienced to be believed. Ask your dealer for a demonstration.
50% of the interior noise in a vehicle enters through the windscreen. By using acoustic glass here, you can reduce noise at its main entry point and make a major improvement in the overall comfort.