Lamborghini is a force that keeps making appearances in pop culture. From movies to rap songs, the references are made everywhere. It does make sense then, for a Lamborghini Aventador-inspired audio system to be invented.
Inspired would be an understatement, though, as the Esavox is a hand-built sound dock and speakers made of an actual Lamborghini exhaust. Sure, there has been an influx of luxury cars and audio collaborations recently, but this one definitely stands out from the crowd.
After meticulous research of the Lamborghini design, designer Mirco Pecorari has created these speakers that immediately recalls the style of the renowned car. The design is based on single block cabinets in carbon and wood, modelled after Lamborghini’s most iconic features. The central element is the original Lamborghini exhaust, which puts all other elements into proportion, giving the impression of a real car.
The speakers, which took two years to develop, outputs sound as loud and detailed as one of the Italian sports cars. The heart of the unit lies in a down firing subwoofer of 15 inches with high sensitivity, with two 1-inch tweeters, two stereo valve preamplifiers on input, and two amplifiers with a total of 800 Watts.
A start button, like the ones used in the cars, is used to power it on. The speakers are integrated with Bluetooth® 4.0 technology, along with the traditional AUX connection – allowing you to control music stored on your smartphone, tablet, or computer in complete freedom.
If you’ve got a budget of S$34,144 for an audio system for your bachelor pad, you can consider picking one of these beauties up in one of its four exclusive colours.