Let me just start off by saying WOW, we have tiny trunks in the coupes lol. My last build I threw 2 monster 15's in a 5 Cu Ft box in the back of my Jeep. weighed 300 LBS and took up literally every inch of cargo space. Needless to say, I'm enjoying having a trunk. Everybody knows the stock bose midrange woofers are meh. and any free-air 6.5" in the rear deck either sucks or rattles like crazy. So my solution is building an enclosure for a 6.5" subwoofer that replaces the plastic cover over the bose amp/sat unit, and it all gets hidden under the mat. This allows me to keep my spare and emergency tools, and 100% of my trunk! It will all be made out of 1/2" MDF and the box is vented (not tuned though, stupid WinISD would NOT accept 3/4 of the subwoofers parameters, even after triple checking. whatever) Total volume is .25 Cu Ft. Yea, kinda small, but hey, it's better than most stock 6" subwoofer enclosures. I also didnt want to pay $500 for a JL enclosure, that houses a 10" sub in maybe half of what it needs for free air volume...)
I'm going to be using a Massive Audio Summo 64. 150Watts RMS, and a big *** double stacked magnet on the back. it will fit perfectly in here.
Can't wait to get my build going. After a car show late this month, I'm selling a lot of aftermarket goodies off of my Jeep, and the sound system. That should give me everything I need to do a complete audio overhaul on the G
I'll include the file so you can look at the sub box in Sketchup.
G35 hidden 6.5 subwoofer enclosure.rar