Chic lines, razor-sharp design and this sculptural rear: the new A7 Sportback is instantly fascinating. The tuning of the tailor-made H&R sport springs, which harmonize perfectly with the standard dampers of the A7 and ensure unadulterated driving comfort despite the sportier setup, is accordingly fine. On the front axle, the H&R sport springs lower the center of gravity of the four-door coupé by around 35 millimeters, on the rear axle by 20 millimeters. As a result, the lines of the Ingolstadt premium model are now even more impressive. The lowering underlines the generous width of the car. From a technical point of view, H&R delivers a noticeable plus in driving dynamics.
The special spring characteristics and the lower center of gravity of the vehicle ensure minimized body roll in fast corners and more dynamic turning. For further refinement, the H&R engineers recommend the Trak + wheel spacers, which allow the series and aftermarket wheels to be aligned with millimeter precision on the fender edges. All H&R components are 100 percent Made in Germany and are always delivered with the necessary parts certificate.
H&R sport springs for the Audi A7 Sportback:
- Type F2, 45 + 50 TDI Quattro, Bj. 05/2018 without sports suspension, without damper control, without air suspension
- Item number: 28687-1
- Lowering VA approx. 35 mm / HA approx. 20 mm
- Price (RRP): € 354,00 incl. 19% VAT.
Trak + wheel spacers silver anodized or black
- Widths from 16mm to 36mm per axis
Prices from 75,50 Euro incl. 19% VAT
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Sport springs for the new Audi A7 Sportback
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