German company KW is a leading aftermarket suspension supplier for automobile enthusiasts both on and off the track. One of their recent additions to the market is a WLAN module that can be installed into your vehicle and allow calibrations to the suspension from the KW DLC iPhone app.
The KW modified Porsche 911 below shows the WLAN module installed, which allows users to select from Comfort, Sport or Sport + modes along with five custom setups to adjust dampening of the suspension.
KW’s electronic lowering module for OEM air suspensions can adjust suspensions wirelessly from your iPhone or iPad as well for more than 20 different SUV and cars. A module for the Range Rover Vogue will cost £1275 with VAT (just over $2000 CDN) and over $3000 CDN for models with the Wi-Fi module. Convenience doesn’t come cheap, but if you’re rolling in a Range Rover, then you probably can afford to shell out for some pretty cool technology.
Being able to adjust your coilovers from your iPhone or iPad? Welcome to the future. Screwdrivers just shed a tear.
[via CarBuzz] Thanks Artikas!