Car exhausts. Some have one, others have two, more still have more than two. But what is the most optimum number of car exhausts for a car to have? The answer is simple: as many as possible.
Oh, the Bugatti Chiron. Six titanium exhaust pipes getting rid of whatever that two-stage quad-turbo eight-liter engine is spewing out of its 16 cylinders, and a double exhaust tip that does absolutely nothing. Form just doesn’t seem to follow function at the rear anymore.
Think the trademark boxer rumble of a Subaru is all about the boxer engine layout? Listen to this Honda and think again.
So here's a video of the next-generation Chevy Camaro testing on the Nürburgring and yes you can sort of see the Bumblebee-esque front and yes you can see it wiggle under power and whatever. The real story is that this thing sounds beastly.
A throaty exhaust isn't just good for making your car faster, but also for waking up the dead. And making them dance. Here are our ten glorious, loud favorites.
OK, so that's some exhaust tubing, maybe an '80s Nissan shift lever, and then there's a couple of... and some... and then no floors or a dash, and the filter box near the window, and... wait, what?