If you’ve ever seen one of the many examples of the Bugatti Veyron in real life, and heard it drive past, you may have been impressed, but you were almost certainly let down a bit by the exhaust note. As delivered, the Veyron sounds a bit … well, quiet. Not anymore.
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Thanks to the turbo-liberating minds at the U.K.’s QuickSilver Exhaust Systems (and £26,760 / $41,000 from the Veyron Grand Vitesse owner’s bank account), the Veyron now sounds like it should.
Called the Titanium Sport Exhaust System, this setup is exclusively for the Veyron Super Sport and Grand Sport Vitesse. Two other systems are also available: a titanium system for the “standard” Veyron 16.4, also priced from about $41,000 (£26,760) and a Sport System, made of T304 stainless steel, at a much more reasonable $17,200 or so (£11,200).
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