Although few people have seen the new Vw Passat CC in flesh, H&R wanted to be the first company offering a new set of springs for the Mercedes CLS rival. With the new H&R components, the vehicle is lowered with up to 40 mm in order to deliver better handling while keeping the same level of comfort. For those who want more, H&R can also improve the chassis of the car, keeping the same TUV approval!
Recently launched, the new generation of the Seat Ibiza is the new highlight of the tuners. After JE Design, H&R hurried to offer the newcomer a new set of sports springs in order to make the car handle better on all type of roads. The new level of customization from H&R consists in lowering the car with 40 mm. This modification not only makes the car look better, it also improves the dynamics of the vehicle. And, as you know all parts come with TÜV certification as standard.
H&R the well-known sport springs manufacturer, unveiled its new suspension upgrade kit for the 2008 Citroen C5 . Lowered with 35 millimeters, the vehicle delivers better road handling while keeping the same comfort. For those who want even better handling for their car H&R can also improve the chassis of the car. Of course, all the H&R components are approved by the German TUV. More photos after the jump!
Recently launched, the 2009 Audi A4 Avant received a little attention from H&R, the well-known sport springs manufacturer. With the new H&R components, the car height is lowered with 35 mm in order to offer better handling while keeping the comfort level the same. For those who want better handling for their Audi, H7R can also improve the chassis of the car. Of course, all the H&R components are approved by the German TUV.
H&R keeps working hard on new products, after the BMW 1 they now release of special springs for the recently launched Jaguar XF . The new suspension kit allows the car to be lower by 35 mm which improves the looks but also delivers better handling for the British sedan. Although the car received this special kit the well-known comfort of the car was not lost in order to keep the tradition of the British manufacturer.