Wish you owned an exotic supercar? Now you can with XLR8! XLR8 (pronounced accelerate) is an exciting new app from 2XL Games that makes your car sound like an exotic supercar as you drive! Connect your phone or tablet to your car stereo and ...Read more
Wish you owned an exotic supercar? Now you can with XLR8!
XLR8 (pronounced accelerate) is an exciting new app from 2XL Games that makes your car sound like an exotic supercar as you drive!
Connect your phone or tablet to your car stereo and you are off and running.
Once secured inside your vehicle, XLR8 uses the accelerometers of your device to realistically respond to acceleration, braking and cornering forces.
Select from one of five exciting engines: - Classic V8 muscle car - NASCAR engine - Ford GT40 - Ferrari sports car - Lamborghini Supercar
The App comes with the Classic V8 muscle car. Use in app purchases to unlock the others, or save almost 50% when you purchase the 4-pack!
Dazzle your friends when you roll into the parking lot with the sound of a lumbering muscle car.
Each engine realistically delivers the thrill of driving a different type of supercar.
Uses Hollywood quality recordings of the real engines to sound totally authentic.
Tune the performance of your engines by adjusting the shift point and gear ratios.
Sound like you are burning out your tires and drifting without driving recklessly.
Supports both cabled and wireless Bluetooth audio connections to your car stereo.
Automatic Mode measures the acceleration of your car and Manual Mode lets you control the engine by hand.
XLR8 works well with any device, but works best with a GPS.
Drive the car of your dreams – XLR8
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UPDATED ON: May 13, 2015
INSTALLATIONS: 100,000 - 500,000
LATEST VERSION: 1.0.4
REQUIRED ANDROID VERSION: 2.2 and up
full Internet access
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view network state
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precise (GPS) location
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