BMW M8 Competition gets H&R lowering springs
The BMW M8 Competition is a point of pride for its Bavarian manufacturer: it has AWD, needs three seconds to reach 100 km/h (60 mph) from standstill and maxes out at 300 km/h (186 mph). Its one weak point is the stock suspension – but H&R now offers a solution for this point as well.
The new lowering springs are compatible with the 2019 BMW M8 Competition convertible (F91) and require OEM adaptive shocks to be installed. They reduce the road clearance by 30 mm (1.2”) on both axles, making the M8 more agile and maneuverable at higher speeds.
Aside from the €413 spring kit, customers may opt for H&R Trak+ wheel spacers ranging from 6 and 36 mm per axle. Prices start from €44.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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