Here’s A Middle Finger To Synthetic Engine Noises And Downsizing

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Please don’t take away our V12s.

Prior to the days of downsizing and synthesized engine notes, there was something called absolute bliss. It involved naturally aspirated V12 engines from Italy that emitted meaty and angry apocalypse-causing noises. It was the perfect combination of heaven and hell and lucky drivers had the opportunity to control it all with their right foot. However, this owner wanted to use their iPhone as a remote to the world’s best audio system so they outfitted their Ferrari F12 Berlinetta with an Armytrix exhaust.

This is a sound worth getting tinnitus for, so turn up your speakers and listen to this little slice of heaven.

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