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Lamborghini Styled Home Speakers Look Just As Sexy & Costs Like One

How much would you pay for a bluetooth speaker nowadays? How much would you pay for bluetooth speakers that’s been styled in Modena, Italy, built around a carbon fiber monocoque chassis, equipped with a variable pressure sub woofer, and a shock absorber system to dampen out vibration and adjust to variable heights?

Try €19.990 (or more than $21,000, at the time of this writing) Let that sink in for a second…

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That’s what you’ll have to cough up to own the ESAVOX, a Lamborghini styled home speaker system (which probably has Sony Guts) from an Italian company, iXOOST. In addition to the set of drivers, tweeters, woofers, and subwoofers, you also get genuine Lamborghini parts, primarily its exhaust. Built around that are a lot of Lamborghini Aventador design cues, like the flip up guard for the engine start button and the hexagonal exhaust shroud.

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Paying the same price as a 2017 Honda Civic EX for a bluetooth speaker is just plain excessive, but at least you won’t be getting something tiny. The ESAVOX bluetooth speaker will be a thing to behold as it dials in just under 50 inches (125 cm) wide and 20 inches (50 cm) tall. If you are the type to have very exclusive things to further flaunt your wealth, check the link below.

(Source: iXOOST)

Written by Hansen

The engineer amongst the crew, Hansen once built a mini baja car with his bare hands. Hansen had the opportunity to join Honda’s R&D team in Ohio but chose the life of the east coast and the defense industry instead. A die hard auto enthusiast he religiously follows the auto industry and loves long walks in the auto shows.

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