The car in question here is a 2018 Panamera 4 model, powered by a 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 unit, good for 330 PS (325 HP) and 450 Nm (332 lb-ft) of torque. While you certainly can’t dismiss its already impressive performance figures, the noise level it generates when the stock isn’t particularly head-turning.
And since that’s what custom exhaust buyers are looking to do (turn heads), then the louder your car is, the more you’ll succeed at drawing attention.
Speaking of which, armed with a custom mid-pipe, Valvetronic muffler, quad chrome silver tips and a wireless remote control kit, this Panamera 4 could probably make itself heard from miles away under the right circumstances.
Keep the revs low and you’ll only hear a slight and pressing burble. However, build them up and this Porsche becomes a moving orchestra of crackles and bangs the likes of which are normally reserved for the loudest of cars.