JBL wants to let everyone listen to engine noises through the car stereo with a new dongle that plugs into the onboard diagnostic port (OBD-II) – the JBL Throttle. The $49 dongle uses the OBD-II connector to read the vehicle's throttle input and matches it to the custom engine sounds.Inside the car, of course. So yeah. If you're really a petrolhead and you miss the roar of a gas motor in your ears then this is...wait...seriously, am I writing this?
::stumbles off to shoot himself::
Click on the link for more. It's $49 is guaranteed to do something. Or other.