Fans of the Maserati Quattroporte can get amped up as the luxury sedan will be singing a new tune. Maserati has paired with high-end speaker connoisseurs Bowers and Wilkins to create an all-new sound system for the car with insane state of the art features. And by insane I mean awesome.
Maserati is making some noise with high-end speaker brand Bowers & Wilkins
The robust sound system by Bowers and Wilkins boasts 15 integrated speakers, providing optimum sound for both front and rear passengers. It is among the highest quality and strategically planned sound systems available. The Bowers & Wilkins website describes the collaboration as follows: “Most car manufacturers make cars. Maserati creates legends. For nearly a century, the trident marque has been a symbol of uncompromising automotive excellence. So when the engineers at Maserati wanted to find an acoustic partner to design an audio system for their new luxury saloon, there was only ever one choice. Introducing the Maserati Quattroporte premium surround system from Bowers & Wilkins. Extraordinary sound. For an extraordinary car.”
To celebrate being partners in sound, the companies launched a trendy tour dubbed ‘Seven Notes Tour’. The tour features music created by recording the Maserati Quattroporte’s singsong rumbling engine. The project producer is Howie B, who has worked with such talents as U2 and Bjork. The Quattroporte engine releases seven distinct noises at various rpms. The engine growls and snarls were effectively captured using microphones placed inside both the engine and exhaust.
The short clip above details the Seven Notes Tour and shows some awesome footwork
The Seven Notes Tour made a stop in New York, where onlookers were interested in listening to the recordings and viewing sound products from the prestigious company. The tour ended in London on June 17th. Overall, owners of the Maserati Quattroporte will have plenty to sound off about, from the engine to the speakers.
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