Since its launch some months ago, the Volkswagen Golf 2020 has been leading a fairly busy life. And we are not talking about all the related news about the arrival of future versions, such as the Golf R or the GTI Clubsport, Rather we get information about the tuners who are setting their eyes on the compact. Thus, after discovering the works of different prestigious companies, such as ABT or JMS with radically opposite approaches, now it is time to show the proposal tuned H&R.
As a suspension specialist, you can imagine where his engineers’ work has gone, right? In fact, surely the ground clearance of this Golf lowered to the extreme, has also given you a good clue of its dynamic capabilities…
For this car, H&R has developed a set of specific springs which are combined with the shock absorbers that are fitted as standard, which allow the vehicle height to be varied. If you ask us, the ride height of the pictures looks just perfect.
Thus, the front axle can be lowered from 30 to 40 millimeters, depending on the tastes or needs of the driver, while on the rear axle that figure can be increased, ranging from 30 to 50 millimeters. Full adjustability for full precision and control.
According to the manufacturer, these coil springs are only compatible with the Golf’s DCC adaptive suspension and are priced at €589, on the German market. Similarly, they are incompatible with the R-Line sports suspension.
If we remember correctly, it is somewhat similar to what happened with the ABT Golf, in that the new suspension included by the tuner was perfectly compatible with the electronically controlled dampers. Sadly in the automotive performance sector, great stuff don’t come cheap.