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Storm Chasers The Dominator showcases breakthrough LINE-X technology

Posted Nov 3rd 2011 3:30PM

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When you're involved in some crazy activity like the individuals on Discovery Channel's Storm Chasers, then you need to have an equally as crazy vehicle to help you get the job done. This is where The Dominator, a reworked Chevrolet Tahoe, steps in to the spotlight. But it isn't just the styling of the vehicle that has warranted our attention, it is also the latest technology from LINE-X that had us interested. They have sprayed the entire vehicle with their newest product, XS-650, which they claim is the ultimate protective weather coating.

With the XS-650 coating applied, The Dominator is protected from scratches and dents that can be caused by winds surpassing 320 km/h. It also minimizes impact damage from high-speed flying debris. This makes it pretty clear why the LINE-X product has recently been awarded the 2011 Innovation Award from the Center for Polyurethanes Industry in the US.

Check out the beast in our image gallery and if you want to see everything from SEMA we've got galleries from all four major halls here.

Image Credit: Copyright 2011 Dave Pankew / AOL

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skiceegee

I doubt that it can withstand being picked up and hurled several miles. A torrnado can pick up semi tractor trailers, buildings, trees with massive root systems, etc, etc, etc. Be real people......don't mess with mother nature...she can be a real serious beotch! Smartest thing to do is stay away and take cover.

November 06 2011 at 8:06 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
RKINGPIN777

love the car, where can i buy one

November 05 2011 at 12:39 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply