For the past few years there has been a big question plaguing BMW enthusiasts, making modification more daunting and vehicle option choices more difficult. It is the question of adaptive suspension vs coilovers. Do you want the comfort and versatility of adaptive suspension or the handling and style benefits of coilovers?
This question can even affect when you're pricing out your new vehicle. Do you opt for the adaptive suspension knowing you're going to want coilovers eventually or do you sacrifice the option to save yourself having to buy expensive delete kits in order to run coils, possibly hurting your resale value in the process? This is especially difficult with a BMW because of how advanced their adaptive technology is. It uses an array of sensors to monitor road and vehicle conditions, reacting as fast as 1/100th of a second to adjust to any situation.
Thanks to KW you no longer have to make that choice. The Plug & Play DDC Coilover System plugs dircetly into the factory Adaptive M Suspension (EDC) and integrates with it. It's no longer a trade-off. You're not compromising style in the name of comfort, or performance in the name of versatility. You get KW's legendary quality, ride height adjustabiliy, and you retain the benefit of BMW's adaptive system working tirelessly to bring you the best driving experience possible.