We'd love to know if how this system sounds and whether it's worth the price.
The holidays are on the way, which means it’s time to buy gifts for friends and loved ones. If there’s a Lamborghini enthusiast on your list whom you are really, really close to, then consider the Esavox by from the company Ixoost. This exotic speaker system uses actual parts from Lambo’s famously sonorous exhausts. Before you pull out the credit card to order the supercar-inspired stereo, understand that the tech costs 19,900 euros ($21,234 at current exchange rates) from the firm's store. For similar money, you could buy a buddy a new Ford Fiesta ST, which currently goes for $21,515 after incentives, or promise to get this pal a Fiat 500 Abarth next year when the price drops to $19,995.
For the price of a hot hatch, the Esavox 6.1 stereo system sits in a carbon monocoque, not unlike a Lamborghini Aventador. The exhaust tubes feature variable openings that manage the pressure of the 15-inch subwoofer. Two of the tubes also have one-inch tweeters inside. The rest of the arrangement includes two 6.5-inch full range speakers and two 8-inch woofers. Bluetooth and AUX connections let buyers hook up their tunes.
These photos don’t provide a good sense of scale because the Esavox is quite large. It measures a substantial 49.2 inches (125 centimeters) long. You might also need help moving the speaker system into place because the hardware weighs 117 pounds (53 kilograms). The system is available in four colors that evoke the names of hues available on Lamborghini’s supercars: Nero Aldebaran (black), Arancione Atlas (bright orange), Giallo Evros (yellow), and Rosso Mars (red).
If you’d prefer a more affordable gift for a Lambo fan in your life, maybe consider a copy of Forza Horizon 3 on the Xbox One. The game prominently features the Centenario, and there are plenty of the marques other creations available to drive.