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Even nicer - VW Arteon with sport springs from H&R

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Recently updated on February 11, 2020 at 11:57 am

Even better - VW Arteon with sports springs from H & R

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In our opinion, he is currently the most beautiful Wolfsburg and a worthy successor to the VW CC: the VW Arteon, which is also a little bit unsuccessful Phaeton should inherit. But basically he also looks at drivers of a Mercedes CLS or Audi A7. Sharp edges and flowing lines, no matter where you look at it, the proportions look absolutely successful and beautiful. The absolute highlight is of course the "R-Line equipment", which includes modified bumpers and a slightly lowered chassis. But even with the factory sports suspension, the chic coupé sedan from Volkswagen looks somehow long-legged. This is exactly how the suspension professionals from H&R see it, who therefore give the Arteon more sportiness. They modify the series chassis using specially manufactured sport springs that are optimally matched to the chassis layout and the axle loads of the Arteon.

Even better - VW Arteon with sports springs from H & R

The H&R range covers both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive variants. The high-quality H&R sport springs lower the Wolfsburger Schönling by 25 to 30 millimeters. This means that there is no more “air” than is absolutely necessary between the wheel arch edges and the wheels. This self-confident appearance is also evident in terms of driving dynamics: The H&R spring characteristics in the Arteon ensure sporty road holding and perfect agility. If you want it a bit broader, you can use "Trak +" wheel spacers from H&R to optimally align the standard or retrofit wheels to the wheel arch edges and thus give the Arteon the last bit of dynamism.

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(Photos: MR)

H&R components for the VW Arteon, type 3H,
Year of construction: from 2017

  • Lowering springs
    - Item number: 28784-12 (2WD)
    - only for the 2.0l TDI without sports or rough road running gear
    and without an adaptive damper system
    - Price (RRP): 270,77 euros including 19% VAT.
    - Lowering VA / HA approx. 25/30 mm
  • Lowering springs
    - Item number: 28784-13 (4WD)
    - only for the 2.0l TDI + 2.0l TSI, including adaptive damper system and without sports or rough road running gear
    - Price (RRP): 270,77 euros including 19% VAT.
    - Lowering VA / HA approx. 25/30 mm
  • TRAK + wheel spacers:
    - silver or black, 6 to 60mm per axis
    - Prices (RRP): from 43,63 euros including 19% VAT.

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  1. Hi

    Could I ask what drop and what size spacers are used in the pictures above?

    look perfect

    Cheers

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