You knew it was coming, so don't act surprised. After a little super Sonic skydive, next came something closer to home. Or at least to Earth. In Long Beach over the weekend, the Chevrolet crew stacked shipping containers ten stories high and then tipped a Sonic over the edge. It landed safely, gently plopping its nose into a wading pool before elasticity took over and hurtled the Sonic back in the air.

This is all part of the "Let's Do This" and "Game of Firsts" campaigns, and as far as we can tell there remain ten brand new Sonics to be won by a very suspecting public. If you'd rather just watch a Sonic fall 100 feet, however, then there's a video for you after the jump.

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