H&R just made the new Porsche 911 (992) even more agile
Porsche 911 – one of the most tradition-laden sports cars out there – has recently gone through another iteration. The new 992 is said to be both stronger and more pleasant to drive than any of its predecessors, and we expect it to be quite popular among customers. Apparently, so does H&R, leading German aftermarket suspension manufacturer.
The lowering kit the company just unveiled is fully compatible with the car’s stock Porsche PASM absorbers. Once installed, the springs bring the body 30 mm (1.2 inches) closer to the ground on both axles, stancing the 992 nearly as low as possible while also giving it extra cornering performance at higher speeds.
The certified, Made-in-Germany springs cost €439 per set. Owners of the Porsche 911 (992) will also be able to opt for H&R Trak+ wheel spacers when those come out.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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