Check out this $3500 Bluetooth speaker built out of a Porsche 911 GT3 exhaust

If you own a Porsche 911, you are well aware of the supreme qualities of the car’s muffler (read silence and tailpipes). What if we were to tell you that the very capable 911 variant is now seamlessly converted into a regular sound bar? You may think we are gimmicking you, but experts at Porsche Design have in fact created a pricey sound bar that is built right out of the bespoke car’s exhaust system.

Like the race car, the 911 sound bar is powerful with an impeccable sound quality, all thanks to the pipes that resonate the sound while not failing to add the required depth and volume. The speaker comes with a 2.1 virtual surround system, bass and treble control, LED display, Bluetooth interface with easy pairing function and wireless as well as lossless audio transmission. Further, with a 200-watt output, a subwoofer output and a remote control volume (if not streaming via Bluetooth), this little sound bar is certainly a steal!
Super swanky, rough and outright masculine, the system stretches over a 74-centimeter length with a 28-cm width and weighs about 40 pounds. While Porsche isn’t the first one to capitalize onto this unique idea, (with the Hammacher-Schlemmer speaker dock priced at $8500 and IXOOST’s variant priced similarly for $5500), the system’s seemingly expensive price tag( of $3500) is in fact a bargain. Currently open for pre-orders on waitlist (with expected turnaround time of about a month), this ritzy yet robust sound system is a recommended buy for dedicated Porsche fans.

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