Most auto enthusiasts have heard of a company by the name of Pagani. That’s because they make supercars like the $1.5 million Zonda Cinque that we wrote about back in July. What you probably didn’t know is that Pagani developed and released a high-end stereo system that is made completely out of carbon fiber and aluminum:
The stereo system shows off Pagani’s technical knowledge and expertise in working with carbon fiber. Its design is inspired by their Zonda line of cars. For example it has similar controls, and you can see the bass tubes on the bottom of the speakers match the unique design of the exhaust system on the rear of the car.
The technology seems a little outdated, but the design is amazing. The system has two vinyl turntables, for both 33 and 45 rpm dics, an amplifier, CD player, and speakers that pump out 350 watts. The amplifier provides continuous power 150W on 8Ohm, and 2000W of peak power.
There is no pricing information available, as it can only be purchased from Pagani directly, but it will surely be expensive.