From the earliest sputtering combustion engine of the Ford Model T, or the clackity-clack of a Mickey Mantle card in your bicycle spokes, to the modern stealthy sounds of the Tesla, the symphony of transportation continues to evolve. Knight Rider’s Kitt sold us on the dream of a car with the ability to carry on a conversation, although we’re not there yet. Car enthusiasts modify their exhausts to make them louder, and researchers are designing tires to make them quieter. As vehicle sound systems become more complex, what will this mean for our interactions with them? How will the sonic experience of vehicles impact the emotional relationships that users or bystanders have with them. What risks and opportunities does the vehicle give us that’s different from other platforms?