dThe city of Fichtenberg, Germany is a pretty quiet place, with its population of under 3,000 people. Nonetheless, this is the place where many go-fast automobiles come in search of better road holding. Fichtenberg is the home of suspension specialist KW, which has just released a new development, this time for the BMW M5 and M6.
The two M cars were gifted with adjustable springs, which are makde of high-stength chrome-silicone steel. The driver can choose various ride height values by adjusting special spring plates.
Let’s take the M5, for instace. The front axle can be lowered by between 5 and 30 mm, while the rear axle can be brought closer to the road by between 5 and 25 mm.
As for the M6 and M6 Convertible, the front axle can re lowered by between 5 and 30 mm up front, while the values for the rear axle sit between 10 and 30 mm.