Porsche Creates $3k Soundbar From 911 GT3 Exhaust

If you’re looking for the perfect gift for the automotive enthusiast in your life, then this could be it.

Porsche Design has just unveiled its 911 Soundbar priced from 2,900 euros (around $3,200). The speaker uses the rear silencer and dual exhaust of the famed Porsche 911 GT3 and has then been converted to offer up a rich listening experience.

The soundbar pumps out 200 watts of sound and utilities both a Dolby digital decoder and DTS TruSurround virtual surround signal processing and can be connected to a user’s device via Bluetooth.

To make it the perfect soundbar for any situation, optical, analog, coaxial inputs are also included within as is a subwoofer output. Given that Porsche says the GT3’s exhaust box already provides a deeper and louder sound than a traditional soundbar, an additional subwoofer may not be necessary however.

A small remote control is also included and allows adjustments to the volume, input, bass, treble, and Bluetooth pairing.