ESSLINGEN, Germany – J.J. Eberspacher GmbH & Co. KG says it hopes to have a unique system on the market by 2009 that will allow drivers to dial-in the exhaust tone of their choice for their vehicle. The German-based supplier already has a prototype tuned-exhaust system installed in an Audi A4 2.0L Turbo that can produce up to five different tones, a company official tells Ward’s on a tour of the facility here. The acoustical technology also includes an active silence system, which ...

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