Virtual Motor

Worst car accessory. Ever.

Fake Jordans, knockoff BAPE hoodies, cubic zirconia cuff bracelets – they all pale in comparison to what you’re about to see. Meet the “virtual motor” from, the epitome of ridiculousness and buffoonery – all packaged neatly in a little black box. The virtual motor taps into your car’s RPM sensor, then plays your choice of four “high-performance” engine noises through your car’s stereo system while you drive. The press release, which we’ll sadly post below, guarantees “looks of amazement” – amazement… yyyeahhh.

We’d post a link, but if you really want this thing, go find it on your own- we’d rather not be considered “enablers.”

V8 power from the radio presents the Virtual-Motor

  • Virtual engine sounds from the car hi-fi system
  • Just plug it in
  • Four possible types of sound: Italo V8, 6-cylinder-Boxer, Rallye, Monoposto

Be it a revved-up V8 Italian super sports car, or the distinctive six-cylinder sound of a boxer engine, the sound of the engine forms the character of a car and ideally makes your hairs stand on end just by starting the engine up. Thanks to the new Virtual-Motor from every driver can now experience this indescribable feeling, without having to spend a fortune on a new sports car. Thankfully it is easy to attach and does not represent any problems that cannot be overcome by anybody. Simply remove the car radio from the slot, insert the sound module of the Virtual-Motor into the ISO plug and run the supplied cables to the engine compartment to pick up the rpm-signal. Done! It is not necessary to do much of a setup, all you need to do is set the individual idle speed. The further operation of the unit is controlled by the supplied mini remote control and the sound is emitted via the radio loud speakers.

With the press of a button you can choose from four different engines. In a split second the car can therefore acoustically have an Italian-V8, a 6-cylinder boxer, an engine of a rallye car or a formula car under the bonnet. Guarantees looks of amazement!

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  • wtf is this

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  • this doesnt make a ton od sense to me but ill go with it for the moment. Nice blog keep up the good work!