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33 Beautiful Exotic and Classic Cars Starting Up

I love well-made car videos. Even more so, I love well-made car videos that showcase the true sound of a car’s exhaust. There are so many times that I search for a specific exhaust clip on YouTube, and most of the videos I find have some distorted exhaust sound because the microphone is too close, or too much wind noise because someone mounted a GoPro incorrectly. However, by far the worst types of distraction in an exhaust clip is music. No, I don’t want to hear your favorite dubstep song as an overlay to the video when I’m really trying to hear what a C63 sounds like with a resonator delete. I want to hear exhaust crackles and pops. I want to hear the raw sound of the car. I don’t want to hear wob wob wob.

Thankfully, the video below has none of that.

In fact, Nitto Tires knows how to make one hell of an exhaust video. They manage to hit the nail square on the head with this video of 33 exotic and classic cars starting up, and it’s easily one of my favorites of its type because it’s just so beautifully done. Everything from the slow panning shots to the clarity of the sound of each car make this a masterful video. Each car feels special and elegant in it’s own right.

Here’s the description from the video:

Every epic story has a great start. ‘Getting Started’ is a short video that includes the sights, but more importantly the sounds, of 33 amazing vehicles roaring to life! From the ’69 Jaguar E-Type’s quiet Inline-6 to the the rumble of the Aventador’s 6.5L V12 and the punch of the Saleen S7’s twin turbos, we don’t often have the pleasure of hearing these fire up. Spanning decades, cylinder numbers, and displacements ­ each engine¹s voice is as individual and recognizable as its body style. Just one of these cars is enough to get any automotive enthusiast¹s attention, but hearing all 33 unique cars one after another is like a symphony to any gearhead’s ears!

I could literally watch this video all day. Sit back, turn up your speakers and enjoy.

Is it just me, or does the Saleen S7 sound like it will eat you while you sleep?


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