Porsche design has unveiled a new Speaker Built with Parts from 911 GT3

Posted on Aug 16 2017 - 8:08pm by Brian Atkinson

Porsche enthusiast looking for a unique speaker may be interested in this latest creation which uses the tailpipes from a Porsche 911 GT3 that have been used to hold this new speakers in place and surrounded by an aluminium housing to support them in midair. This latest addition to the brand’s portfolio celebrates the automotive legacy by reimaining the iconic tailpipe via the lens of the firm’s enrapturing trademark industrial design.

Porsche 911 Bluetooth Speaker Design

The 911 speaker measures 290 x 155 x 120mm and weighs 3.3kg. As you can see from the image, this new Bluetooth speaker looks like the exhaust part of a car, and the rounded parts of the speaker are actually built with original exhaust pipe from Porsche 911 GT3 in order to match your love to the luxurious sport car. Meanwhile, the aluminum frame with matte finish complements to the glossy pipes and keeps the speaker stably staying on the desk.

Porsche 911 Bluetooth Speaker Features

The 911 speaker uses Bluetooth 4.0 technology to wirelessly connects with your smartphone or tablet, and integrated NFC allows for easy pairing. Furthermore, the Bluetooth speaker features built-in aptX audio codec, 60W system performance and true wireless mode for high-quality wireless stereo audio. In addition, built-in rechargeable battery offers up to 24 hours of audio playback between charges.

Porsche 911 Bluetooth Speaker Price

The 911 Bluetooth speaker is priced at €499 EURO (approx US$573), and will be available this week, in July, from Porsche Design centres and shops, both physical and online. If you are interested, jump to Porsche Design for its more details.