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H&R Springs Fiat 500


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The legendary Fiat 500 is back and everyone wants to get their hands on it. H&R-Spezialfedern has already had this pleasure and has developed exclusive accessories for it.

This year's entire production run of the little Bambino has already been snapped up, thus effortlessly picking up again the success story of a car that has already sold 3.8 million units.

H&R-Spezialfedern employees couldn't wait to get started with the little newcomer either. Apart from the improved good looks, the 30-millimetre lower suspension setting also improves the little retro racer's cornering. The chassis specialists in Lennestadt are also offering TRAK+ wheel spacers which make it possible to create the perfect profile with the fender edge, regardless of which wheel/tyre combination is mounted. In this way, the rounded shapes seem to flow significantly better and are no longer broken up by visible gaps.

Smart rims with a classic spoke design are supplied by the company eMotion Wheels. The 17-inch wheels, called "Desire", are not only a good match to the design of the 500, they also harmonise perfectly with the lower H&R suspension setting.

Every proud owner will be able to give their little baby car that extra touch of individuality with other added options from H&R.

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