Porsche Have Just Released a Bluetooth Speaker Made From a 911 Exhaust
No stranger to producing goods other than cars (as demonstrated by the adidas x Porsche Design Bounce S4 Lux running shoe earlier this year), Porsche have just released a Bluetooth Speaker constructed from an original exhaust pipe off a 911 GT3.
Having just announced their latest supercar in the 2018 911 GT RS, Porsche have decided to give Joes a 911 option with a smaller price tag in the form of a high-end speaker. The Porsche 911 exhaust speaker comes equipped with full Bluetooth 4.0 capability and a dual-speaker setup for high-quality stereo sound.
Made from the original exhaust-pipe of a 911 GT3, the speaker is built to output a more than handy 60W of power, and as well as Bluetooth 4.0, it also features apt-X technology for a wireless music transfer from smartphones, tablets or PCs at CD quality.
All of that power and functionality is wrapped inside of a state of the art aluminium housing case, giving the speaker some real durability to go along with all that performance. Its battery time is also impressive standing at 24 hours of music pleasure.
The Porsche 911 Bluetooth Speaker is available now over at the Porsche Design Website, where you can get hold of one for €500 (around £440).