Ferrari 812 Superfast's suspension and ground clearance
If you had to drive a new “Ferrari 812 Superfast” in an area where maybe 50 or 60 percent of the roads have frequent (steep) speed bumps. And also have a wide variety of road imperfections that greatly challenge a low to the ground car.
As a solution, would you choose one of these products over the other? or maybe choose another solution that you know of?
From what I can gather, the first product, the "Spaccer" company (link below this paragraph) is a big name. They actually have Audi, Seat, Volkswagen, and Skoda selling "Spaccer" products on their official websites. Also, they ask for your Vin number and customize the parts to your specific model. Still, there are many reasons why my judgement in these technical issues can be off.
The second product (link below this paragraph) is also from a mainstream company, but it is a whole other approach to lifting and clearance. It lifts on demand only, then lowers back down when you don't need clearance. So I can see how it might be better because most of the time you would be driving around with stock specs. Of course, this is all me guessing and trying to make sense of stuff that I don't understand yet. So an experienced person's opinion is so very much appreciated right now.
Ferrari lift kits. Now I have heard it all.