Japanese tuner creates engine soundtrack from another world.
Tokyo-based car stylist Office-K is renowned for its eccentric aftermarket packages, but this is the first time we've heard one of the tuner's custom exhausts. And it sounds like the devil himself. After treating the Mercedes SLR McLaren to a matte purple metallic wrap, a set of Forgiato F2.01 alloys staggered 20/21 inches front/rear, and carbon-fiber body parts by Godhand, the 650-hp coupe received what the tuner describes as a "Devil Sports" exhaust sound.
Something may have been lost in translation here, but you don't need to be fluent in Japanese to know this exhaust note was forged in the depths of hell.