iXoost iPod docking station is made from a supercar’s exhaust


If you are looking for a roaring docking station for your iPhone and iPod, you will like the iXoost. Combining your love for an audio system with your passion for supercars and you’ll end up with a unique and unusual dock, the iXoost. The name, which when pronounced means exhaust, is made in Modena and was the concept of famous innovator Matteo Panini and designer Micro Pecorari. This iXoost docking station is made exclusively for iPhones and iPods. Designed from a solid block of aluminum, it is fitted with an eight, ten, or twelve-cylinder exhaust manifold. The iXoost can further be personalized with an abundance of combinations, which can help the customers choose the color, leather, and Allen screws.

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The console of the iXoost resembles the retro motorbikes of the 60s and 70s. It is designed with two different components: the main base with its sound horns and the exhaust manifold with its soundbox woofer. All the iXoost docks are hand-made and personalized as per customer specifications. The standard version V8 is available in titanium color with Schedoni natural leather and retails for 5,000 euros ($6,300). The other versions of iXoosts, namely V10 and V12, will cost between 6,500 ($8,000) to 8,000 euros ($10,000).
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