The original ebony interior now sparkles with SMA's billet products in a titanium finish. The shift knob, gauges, vent trim rings, pedals, and doorsills are constructed of SMA's 6061 T-6 aircraft billet aluminum. The Fox Racing logo, emulating quality under the most extreme conditions, appears throughout the interior on the door buckets, doorsills, headrests, and instrument panel.
Sound Xpressions in Phoenix was in charge of installing the audio/video system. The entertainment system is designed to provide the latest amenities without taking away from the space and functionality of the vehicle. You won't find speakers where the seats should be, because these H2s are made to be driven and enjoyed. The system includes high-quality Rockford Fosgate components and a DVD player. The Rockford source unit provides a 7-inch in-dash screen and built-in TV Tuner. VizuaLogic headrests replace the factory units for the benefit of the backseat passengers. So there would be no lack of entertainment, the team added a Sirius satellite radio for access to 120 commercial-free channels. Two 10-inch Rockford Fosgate subwoofers hide out in a custom wood and fiberglass enclosure under the rear seats. The box was designed and placed to allow proper function of the midgate. Extra audio power is provided by two Rockford Fosgate amplifiers.
The standard '05 H2 is powered by GM's 6.0L V-8 engine, generating 325 hp and 365 lb-ft of torque, but as with the rest of the vehicle, the engine was beefed up to make it really haul. For a little extra punch on the pedal, SMA and Fox installed a Magnuson Radix intercooled supercharger system. The extra horses are handy, whether you're off-roading, or towing your boat to the river. Magnuson's supercharger kits are the most efficient forced air induction systems on the market, and they're designed specifically for long-term use. Also installed are SMA's aftermarket cold-air intake and B&B exhaust. The upgraded engine now puts out 500 hp and 540 lb-ft of torque.
SMA and Fox will produce a total of 500 upgraded H2s, split between two versions-the 360 and the 180. Either is available in the SUV or SUT form. Both the 180 and 360 carry loads of SMA- and Fox-brand accessories. All of the H2s will be numbered, each carrying its number on a billet aluminum plaque mounted on the dash. The primary difference between the two versions is a supercharger/suspension lift option. With the 180, you get neither; with the 360, you get one or the other. SMA and Fox couldn't decide and installed both on this one. But, you can do whatever you want when it's your brainchild.