Suitable for families, electric drive and not too expensive? Then the choice could fall on the Skoda Enyaq, the large Stromer in the Skoda portfolio. The driving performance is decent, the consumption is acceptable, but according to various tests, it lacks a little dynamics.
At least on the chassis side, H&R is now providing a remedy in this regard. The set of sports springs just presented not only contributes to the beefy look of the Enyaq, but also to noticeably more driving pleasure. Because the vehicle’s lower center of gravity (35 mm at the front axle, 30 mm at the rear) ensures more direct steering behavior and reduced body movement in fast corners or in the event of sudden load changes. The driving comfort, on the other hand, remains suitable for long-distance journeys, the payload at the standard level.
With the optionally available “Trak+” wheel spacers made of very high-tensile aluminum, standard and retrofit wheels can be aligned with millimeter precision on the fender edges.
All H&R components always have the necessary parts certificates and are Made in Germany.
iV 50 / iV 60 / iV 80, incl. adaptive damping, from model year 2020
- sports springs
Lowering: approx. 35 mm at the front / approx. 30 mm at the rear
Price: 352 euros incl. 19% VAT.
- “Trak+” wheel spacers, silver or black anodized
Widening: from 16 mm (per axle)
Price: from 93 euros incl. 19% VAT.
H&R Spezialfeder GmbH & Co. KG is one of the leading manufacturers of high-quality chassis components for automobiles. The current range includes parts for a wide range of models and is being continuously expanded. Around 100 employees develop and produce sports springs, shock absorbers, sports and coilover suspensions, spacers, stabilizers and other components such as electronic lowering systems with the highest quality standards.
H&R also manufactures compression and tension springs for industrial applications. At the central location in Lennestadt (Sauerland), the company manufactures quality products for customers and clients in over 70 countries worldwide under the H&R brand. H&R has its own subsidiary in North America.
H&R stands for intensive technology transfer from international motorsport to the development of innovative chassis components for road cars. Leading teams in Formula 1, the DTM, the long-distance classics in Le Mans and the Nürburgring as well as other racing series rely on H&R technology. The automotive industry also relies on the know-how of the chassis specialist: Porsche equips all sports and racing models with H&R technology ex works.