About Us

At Kline, we take exhaust design very seriously, You as the costumer take a no compromise product, and we therefore take a no compromise approach to design and manufacture.

Here at Kline, we offer a full original equipment design and manufacture service. From your drawings, or design brief, we are able to 3d model final designs, offer consultation, and then manufacture tooling and fixtures for production, as well as final production runs of low to medium volume.


All projects are carried out one hundred percent in house, via a number of processes, including in house, laser scanning, cnc laser cutting, cnc mandrel bending, tubing manufacture, silencer manufacture, cnc welding, pressings, cnc milling, mould manufacture, autoclave carbon fiber manufacture. Some of our recent automotive clients include, W Motors - Fenyr Supersport, Corbellati Missile, and RUF Automobil.

Here at Kline we have now added laser scanning capabilities to our design and manufacture process. Allowing us to effectively design and quality control with greater precision, resulting in a better end product to you the customer.



The Fenyr SuperSport is a Lebanese limited production sports car built by W Motors, a United Arab Emirates based company. It was unveiled at the 2015 Dubai Motor Show. The name of the car, Fenyr, comes from the word Fenrir, the name of a monstrous wolf in Norse mythology.

The manufacturer claims a top speed of 394 km/h (245 mph) for the Fenyr SuperSport. The car has a claimed 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) acceleration time of 2.7 seconds.


Ruf Automobile is a German car manufacturer that manufactures and engineers original vehicles using unmarked Porsche chassis, specifically known as bodies in white. The cars are built from the ground up as completely new cars, using these bare chassis, and assembled using Ruf-made parts and materials, instead of badge engineering or disassembly of existing cars.


The Corbellati Missile is a concept supercar built by Corbellati that is set to be launched in 2019. It was unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show and is currently in concept phase.

The Missile is planned to be powered by a twin-turbocharged 9.0L Mercury Racing V8 that Corbellati claims will produce 1,800 hp and 2,305 N⋅m of torque with a goal of a 500 km/h (310 mph) top speed. Power goes to the rear wheels through a six-speed manual transmission and a limited slip rear differential. It also features a carbon fiber chassis and body, double wishbone suspension. The prototype was hand built by Corbellati and supposedly runs and drives, but its unclear what engine powers it.