Finally Bugatti Veyron is getting an exhaust system that will make its W16 engine sound like a 1,200 horsepower unit and not a giant vacuum cleaner. It’s a bespoke titanium system made by QuickSilver Exhausts, it sounds epic, and it is “the most expensive exhaust system in the world.”
The British firm QuickSilver has not revealed many technical details about this Bugatti Veyron aftermarket exhaust yet, but they have released a video showcasing the kind of soundtrack you can expect from it:
As for the pricing, according to QuickSilver’s website, the basic sports system for the 1000-hp Veyron 16.4 (2005 to 2011) costs £11,200, while the Titanium System which fits both the 16.4 and the Vitesse/SuperSport (2011-2015) runs for £26,760.
QuickSilver Bugatti Veyron aftermarket exhaust system delivers a deeper and crucially louder sound than the standard system. It is also a “Cat-Back” system, meaning it does not include the catalytic converter or front pipe which is usually stainless as original equipment. It is not clear yet if the new exhaust also has a positive effect on the power output of the Veyron or not. Not that the car needs any more power, of course. The titanium system is considerably lighter than the stock unit though, so it should in theory at least enhance the performance a bit.