Milltek Sport has created a new sound system which can mimic the sound of an IC engine car. One car hears the sound made by the system outside and inside.
Many of you may know that electric vehicles are more potent than the IC engine cars because of their quick power delivery. However, even the fastest electric cars are not able to attract keen drivers because of the lack of noise, which makes these cars less exciting as compared to internal combustion engine-equipped supercars. Now, a UK-based company named Milltek Sport, which is known for its exhaust systems, has found a solution to this problem. The exhaust maker has created a new sound system for electric cars which can mimic the sound of an IC engine car. One car hear the sound made by the system outside and inside.
Archie Hamilton Racing said that the sound it creates is realistic. One can also tune the sound of the car through a smartphone application and can make it louder up to 98 decibels. The all-new sound system will turn an electric car into a Lamborghini with a V10 or V12 powertrain. Of course, it must be quite something to experience an electric-powered car that sounds like a throughbred IC engine-equipped supercar. In the above video, the host has demonstrated the sound system fitted on the Tesla Model 3, and the host looks quite impressed by its sound.
In this video, the host has demonstrated the sound system fitted on the Tesla Model 3
We won't say that putting these systems in an electric car is the best idea because one key component to environment-friendly EVs is a reduction in noise pollution other than a huge drop in air pollution. Of course, one can easily turn the sound system on or off at his will but other than, possibly, garnering some eyeballs eardrums, the systme hardly serves any functional purpose. Right now, the system can only create the sound of an IC engine, but Milltek is also planning to add some futuristic sounds in the near future.