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2008 H&R BMW 7 series with HAMANN wheels
H&R BMW 7 series with HAMANN wheels gallery: 6 photos >>


2008 H&R BMW 7 series with HAMANN wheels
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2008 H&R BMW 7 series with HAMANN wheels
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2008 H&R BMW 7 series with HAMANN wheels
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2008 H&R BMW 7 series with HAMANN wheels
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H&R BMW 7 series with HAMANN wheels



The new generation of cars of the BMW 7 series set again new standards in the luxury class - including the suspension kit. It posed a challenge to the H&R engineers, who, as usual, lived up to the task.

The result of their complex development work is a new spring set that brings the BMW 7 series cars with conventional springs by about 40 mm closer to the tarmac. The basic properties of the vehicle's elegant design are further enhanced by the dynamisation kit, which perfectly fits the overall design. The H&R spring kit also adds some greater dynamics to the road behaviour of the saloon. This is, of course, done without in any way impairing the driver comfort of the luxury car. The adaptive suspension system of the BMW 7 saloon simply fuses with the H&R spring kit to form a dynamic unit with unique long-distance capabilities.

It goes without saying this can be achieved without any changes to the body or the tyre-wheel combination.

Another equally effective yet discrete highlight can be set by using the H&R TRAK + wheel spacers made of high-strength aluminium alloy.

The H&R TRAK + enhances the appearance of the small gap between the tyre shoulder and the wing edge, resulting in an even more powerful look of the car.

The products of the comprehensive H&R range catering for more than 1,200 car models are available from all well-equipped suppliers. Apart from the tried and tested H&R quality, all parts come with an ABE or TUEV certificate.




H&R BMW 7 series with HAMANN wheels gallery: 6 photos >>


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