Carlsson Aigner CK65 RS Blanchimont

Carlsson Aigner CK65 RS Blanchimont




Carlsson Aigner CK65 RS Blanchimont

Carlsson Aigner CK65 RS Blanchimont




Carlsson Aigner CK65 RS Blanchimont

Carlsson Aigner CK65 RS Blanchimont





Carlsson Aigner CK65 RS Blanchimont


A limited edition luxury limousine, with a V12-Motor and 705 HP Developed in collaboration with the leather lifestyle brand Aigner Made in Germany, to the ultimate in engineering standards High end entertainment and a business package Carlsson Office Concert Hall Infotainment System, with high-speed internet access




Carlsson Aigner CK65 RS Blanchimont


The Carlsson Aigner CK65 RS Blanchimont provides luxury – not for nothing was it named after one of the world’s most famous race track curves, the Blanchimont turn on the Spa Francorchamps track in the Ardenne in Belgium. Many of the technical developments in the Carlsson Aigner CK65 RS Blanchimont have their origins in motor sports.




Carlsson Aigner CK65 RS Blanchimont


The Carlsson Aigner CK65 RS Blanchimont comes equipped with the electronic C-Tronic® SUSPENSION ABC-2 lowering gear, which lowers the vehicle approximately 30 mm further. However, not only does the Carlsson C-Tronic® SUSPENSION lower the centre of gravity, it also uses a sophisticated technology to enable the vehicle to react intelligently with the actual road conditions. On a poor stretch of road, or in the event of persistently heavy compression, the height of the vehicle is automatically readjusted to ensure that the necessary reserve of spring travel required for preserving driving comfort is maintained. The driver feels the effects of the C-Tronic® lowering gear in the form of reduced body roll and a much greater agility in handling. In other words, the C-Tronic® SUSPENSION also means greater driving pleasure. In addition it also guarantees that even at speeds in excess of 120 km/h, the vehicle is never lowered below the maximum depth permissible for the standard model – in other words, the minimum vehicle level – thus ensuring that the suspension travel remains optimal at all times. At the same time, with less air flowing beneath the vehicle, there is a reduction in aerodynamic drag and lift.







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