Chiptuning LDV - was British manufacturer of vans, existed from 1993 to 2009. The name is composed of Leyland Trucks and Vans together. In 2006, GAZ participated and later took over the majority. In 2008, the production in Birmingham was set, the company was bought by the Chinese manufacturer SAIC, which distribute the Maximus since 2011. For more performance in your pickup truck, CPA continues to offer Chiptuning LDV.
LDV tuningbox - The founding of LDV Limited goes back to Freight Rover and DAF merged into LDV Limited with the help of an investor group. In 1993, the foundation was laid for today's LDV tuningbox. Vans and Trucks were produced, notably models like Cub or Maxus. In 2010 SAIC bought up the ailing company and resumed production of Maxus. LDV tuningbox remains an option for vans that lack performance.
LDV chiptuning - From 1993 to 2009 LDV vans and light trucks were produced in England. A worthwhile model for LDV chiptuning is e.g. the Maxus 2.8 CDI. Since 2011 however, cars are still being produced under a new name. The Chinese automaker SAIC bought LDV and named the newly-reborn company SAIC Maxus Automotive. The latest model of this young company is the D90, a full-size SUV built since 2017. Here is LDV chiptuning quite possible again.
Request car now. Usually you get an answer on the same day!
With the CPA PowerBox and the CPA ConnectiveSystem you can achieve an increase in power of up to 39 HP and 100 NM for your Toyota Fortuner (II) 2.4 Diesel. The ConnectiveSystem enables the power levels to be controlled from the interior via the PedalBox.read more
In intensive long-term tests, various parameters from different driving situations are collected and analyzed. On the basis of this data, a perfectly coordinated chiptuning can be developed especially for the engine and a super additional power for the Mazda CX-5 is achieved.read more