Bilstein Presenting Essen Motor Show Offensive

Fiat 500 Abarth PoliziaVLN Audi R8
The Bilstein suspension specialist is offering us a preview of its offensive for the upcoming Essen Motor Show, which will be held between November 27 to December 5.

The company’s booth will see German TV star and tuning professional Lina Van de Mars demonstrating suspension tuning for the audience. Other stars that will be present at the Bilstein display are VLN star Frank Stippler and racing legend Hans-Jochim "Striezel" Stuck.

The aftermarket developer will display a number of special vehicles that use its products, with the list including the Fiat 500 Abarth in Polizia livery with the BILSTEIN B14 threaded kit, the VW Golf 6 R20 from Rothe Motorsport with Bilstein B16 PSS10 threaded kit and the 530 PS VLN Audi R8 in Bilstein outfit.

We’ll remind you that the VW Golf R20 by Rothe Motorsport managed to claim the top spot in the compact class at this year’s Tuner Grand Prix at the Hockenheimring.

As for the Fiat 500 in Polizia livery, this is fitted with a Bilstein B14 threaded kit that allows the user to adjust the ride height, offering multiple possibilities. The blue and yellow Audi R8 LMS needs no presentation for motorsport fans, as the car has already shown its potential on multiple racetracks, including the Nurburgring.

“Anyone interested in checking out state-of-the-art technology should visit the BILSTEIN stand at the Essen Motor Show. There they'll be treated to captivating show cars, appearances by tuning and motor racing stars, but above all - top quality suspension technology including customised tuning and motor sport solutions,”
stated the press release.
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