Friday, October 15, 2010

H&R releases Audi RS5 sport suspension systems

. Friday, October 15, 2010

H&R is now offering two sport suspension systems for the Audi RS5. The sets range from a relatively subtle enhancement of the RS5's electronic system (lowering either 15mm or 25mm) to a more aggressive, fully adjustable coil-over setup. A stabilizer set with adjustable front bar is also available, which can be combined with either a full suspension system or applied on its own. More details and photos after the jump.

Press Release:

H&R Audi RS5: Dynamic Power Coupé

Hardly on the market H&R can already offer a sport suspension set for the 450 PS Audi RS 5. Already OE-equipped with a whole portfolio of supporting technical solutions like the legendary Quattro four-wheel drive and the newly developed electronic suspension, H&R Spezialfedern developed a suspension set to subtly improve the sporty characteristics of this eight cylinder car – without perceptibly reducing the driving comfort. In addition a lowering of either 15 or 25 millimetres also suits it well. The imposing two-seater is thus made to appear a touch more compact and powerful.

For more agile handling the suspension specialists from Lennestadt also offer an height adjustable coil over suspension which can be individually adjusted due to the range of the Technical Inspection Authority's [TÜV] values. In combination to this – or also useable separately – a stabilizer set with an adjustable front bar is available.

Highlights can also be gained from the H&R TRAK+ wheel spacers made of high-tensile aluminium alloy, regardless of whether they are combined with factory or tuned wheels.

The often unsightly gap between the wheel arch and the wing edge can thus be visually perfected.

The full H&R programme – available for over 1,350 different vehicle types – is available at all good specialist dealers and along with the usual H&R quality also always comes with a general operating permit ABE or a TÜV certificate of conformity for parts (Teilegutachten).

Source: H&R