Lamborghini Speaker Styled Just Like A Car And Costs As Much As One Too: Is It Worth It? [VIDEO]

Dec 07, 2016 08:09 AM EST | Matthew Cruz


Lamborghini in partnership with iXoost has created a speaker called the EsaVox, and it's just like one of their iconic luxury cars: with the jaw-dropping price of $24,000 to match. The Lamborghini speaker is styled after the Italian carmaker's Aventador, with a monocoque chassis in carbon, shock absorber and exhaust system, in addition to the basic elements of a bluetooth speaker that can pair it with a smartphone, tablet or desktop.

Several websites have already pointed out that the Lamborghini speaker costs as much as the standard price of several actual cars, like a Mazda Miata or Ford Fiesta ST. But if you're feeling extra generous this holiday season, or if you're a design-conscious radiohead yourself, then the EsaVox could be the perfect gift. 

The Lamborghini speaker is capable of putting out 800 watts (200 from its subwoofer and 600 from its amplifier), and has a Bluetooth 4.0 with a conventional auxiliary connection, according to Carbuzz. Adding to the car-feel of the Lamborghini speaker, it comes with a red-capped Lamborghini start button crafted with carbon fiber, in addition to the shock absorbers and exhaust system that stop the speaker from shaking. Its most dramatic, blatant finishes, however, are actual exhaust pipes from Lamborghini's Aventador. 

iXoost, Lamborghini's teammate in the creation of the extravagant speaker, said the design's foundation was "single block cabinets" in wood and carbon, a supposed reflection of the Italian automaker's signature design elements. According to Super Street Online, iXoost added that the Lamborghini's star feature is the original exhaust, which not only blends all of the Lamborghini speaker's features into proportion, but gives it the "impression of a real car."

The Lamborghini speaker weighs a whopping 116 pounds and could easily fill up any mantlepiece at 49 x 19.6 x 25.5 inches. As a finishing touch, the Esavox could also be yours in your choice of color: Mars Red, Evos Yellow, Aldebaran Black or Atlast Orange.

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