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The 911 GT3 inspires a Bluetooth speaker by Porsche Design

The speaker resembles the tailpipes of Porsche's newest performance model.
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One of the signature elements of the new 911 GT3 is the center pair of exhausts that produce that roaring engine note from the 475 hp, 4.0 flat-six. Porsche Design liked the design element so much that it has served as the basis for the design of their new Bluetooth speaker. 

The tailpipe-styled speakers are surrounded by a cover that replicates the high-gloss black covers and a housing that's crafted from aluminum. Battery life is rated at about 24 hours and it also features a pairing feature for stereo sound when coupled with another 911 speaker, Bluetooth 4.0, and NFC for instant connectivity with a compatible device. 


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