We’re always interested in expanding our product lineup and working with passionate customers to develop new products. If you or anyone you know may be interested in participating in our development program – please reach out to us at info@soulpp.com 

Summary of SOUL Development Process

  1. Examination of vehicle / factory components
  2. Research of existing solutions available / market demand
  3. Development of new components
  4. Testing / verification of new components for adequate sound level / performance / fitment
  5. Building of fixtures / individual components for production
  6. Thorough media production (photos, videos, etc.)
  7. Build inventory
  8. Launch!

 

VEHICLES NEEDED:

Porsche 991.2 Carrera Base Model (without PSE) (2017+)
Rear exhaust development
Time Needed: 1 week minimum
2 Stages: Initial evaluation and prototyping AND / OR Final fitment & media

Porsche 718 (2017+)
General exhaust development
Time Needed: 1-2 week minimum
2 Stages: Initial evaluation and prototyping AND / OR Final fitment & media

Porsche 958 Cayenne (Turbo / S)
General exhaust development
Time Needed: 1 full day
Final fitment & media

Range Rover Sport Supercharged / SVR
Downpipe development
Time Needed: 3 days minimum
2 Stages: Initial evaluation and prototyping AND / OR Final fitment & media

McLaren 720S
Time Needed: 2-3 week minimum
2 Stages: Initial evaluation and prototyping AND / OR Final fitment & media

McLaren MP4-12C
Rear exhaust development
Time Needed: 1-2 week minimum
2 Stages: Initial evaluation and prototyping AND / OR Final fitment & media

McLaren 650S
Rear exhaust development
Time Needed: 1-2 week minimum
2 Stages: Initial evaluation and prototyping AND / OR Final fitment & media

McLaren 600LT
Time Needed: 1-2 week minimum
2 Stages: Initial evaluation and prototyping AND / OR Final fitment & media

Ferrari 488
General exhaust development
Time Needed: 1-2 week minimum
2 Stages: Initial evaluation and prototyping AND / OR Final fitment & media

 

Don’t see your vehicle in this list – contact us and make a case for development! 🙂