The company aims to continue this process with its American arm. The company states that each exhaust it makes is lighter and better performing than the factory system, offering better sound, driving dynamics, and more while remaining emissions-compliant. As is expected, the units are produced with top-notch materials to achieve these goals, only being made from exceptionally durable T304L aircraft-grade stainless steel.
Everything will be produced at the plant in Tennessee, which will see an on-site R&D facility and on-site manufacturing built in the next 12-18 months. The facility hopes to create 35 jobs over the next three years, with 10 new jobs coming in year one. With an established arm here, the company hopes to support its existing US dealership network better and establish new connections as well.