Borla adds two new high-performance exhaust systems to its European products line

Oct. 6, 2015
All of Borla’s exhaust systems are made in the USA of, aerospace-grade, T-304 stainless steel which provides lasting durability against rust and corrosion.

Borla Performance continues its dedication to their European product line by announcing all-new high-performance exhaust systems for both the 2011-12 Porsche Panamera 4S and 2014-15 BMW M6. The new Panamera exhaust system, (Part No. 140599), is designed for the Porsche enthusiast looking to customize his vehicle’s sound by incorporating a deep, aggressive Acoustically Tuned Applied Kinetic (ATAK®) exhaust note without cabin resonance, while also shedding several pounds over the stock system. At 39 pounds, this system is significantly lighter than the stock, 56-pound system.

Borla is also announcing a new Cat-Back® exhaust system for the 2014-15 BMW M6, (Part No. 140582), which is designed to provide better exhaust flow and a throaty S-Type® exhaust note for the 4.4 liter, V8 power plant. The BMW M6 exhaust system also provides better throttle response and more power throughout the entire RPM range, really unleashing the BMW M performance built into this powerful vehicle.  

“Borla has deep roots in the European car market, and the release of these products really helps reinforce our dedication to all of our customers. Porsche and BMW are iconic German brands, and we are extremely excited to now offer systems that help the sound and performance of the Panamera and M6,” said David Borla, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Borla. “Between both Porsche and BMW, we now offer more than 50 different systems representing all three of our trademark sound levels: Touring, S-Type and ATAK®. This incredible availability of products shows our commitment to being one of the first choices for all car owners who want a deep, rich sounding exhaust with added performance and that incredible tuned exhaust note.”

All of Borla’s exhaust systems are made in the USA of, aerospace-grade, T-304 stainless steel which provides lasting durability against rust and corrosion. The systems are designed in Borla’s Oxnard, California Research and Development facility and built in their 320,000 sq. ft. production facility in Johnson City, Tennessee. All of Borla’s exhaust components and complete exhaust for the street are backed by Borla’s Million-Mile Warranty.

For more information on Borla Performance, the 2011-2012 Porsche Panamera system, or the 2014-2015 BMW M6 system, visit www.borla.com.

About Borla

BORLA is the pioneer in the design and manufacture of aerospace-grade, stainless steel performance exhaust systems engineered for personal expression – with headquarters in Johnson City, Tenn., as well as a product development, engineering and sales/marketing facility in Oxnard, Calif. With nearly 40 years of rich history – from roots in European ultra-luxury vehicles, trucks, SUVs to American Muscle – Borla has been committed to manufacturing world-class, American-made exhaust products that provide the ultimate power, style and custom sound based on the ever-changing needs of drivers. For more information, visit www.borla.com. Follow them on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/BorlaExhaust, on Twitter @BorlaExhaust and on Instagram @borlaexhaust.

For more information, please contact 951-719-1040 or [email protected].

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