These Guys Took Apart a LaFerrari's Interior To Install An Audio System in Dubai

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We can see it now: candles threatening to go out inside the Vatican - somebody has stripped out a LaFerrari's cabin to install a sharper audio system.
This decibel-savvy adventure has taken place in (you guessed it) Dubai, where a stereotypically red example of the LaF has been touched by the local hand of Dutch-based aftermarket developer Brian's Custom Audio - hat tip to Shmee150 for bringing the effort to our attention.

Many would have a hard time going to sleep at night when thinking about the fine carbon fiber and Alcantara bits inside the Maranello halo car being taken apart for such a job. However, judging by the wave of supercars featured on the company's Facebook page, it looks like these folks are experienced.

"Was this really necessary?", we hear you ask. Well, we didn't get to sample the concert hall potential of the LaF, but, based on what our ears have experienced in other Prancing Horses, such as the 458 or the F12berlinetta, the audio systems in these machines aren't quite us sharp as their speeding abilities.

For one thing, the whole Ferrari audio adventure starts off on the wrong foot, since the sound system interface, with its average knobs, isn't much different from what you get in a Jeep Wrangler.

Then there's the other obvious question - apparently, certain owners of the 950 hp (963 PS) hybrid enjoy having some extra backing vocals when listening to the naturally aspirated beats of the hypercar's 6.3-liter V12.

This isn't even the first time in 2016 when an uber-focused performance machine that serves as a living icon receives a custom audio system job.

Back in spring, we wrote about a Porsche 911 GT3 RS owner who just couldn't let the rear seat delete of his PDK machine be, having a pair of 10-inch subwoofers installed on the track toy. So purists should at least be happy about this LaFerrari not getting a respray like the Rennsport Neunelfer did.

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