Industriestr. 12
DE 64739 Höchst
Mr. Michael & Sven Stutz

Company profile

Streetec GmbH was founded in August 2002 out of a passion for automobiles and vehicle tuning. In the early years, Streetec stood out from the crowd as a pioneer in the field of air suspension with some sensational vehicle conversions. After moving to new business premises in Höchst im Odenwald in 2007, the level of awareness was further increased and Streetec became one of the largest conversion workshops for air suspension systems in the following years.

From 2013, a restructuring was carried out in line with the prevailing market conditions, which led to a reduction in the number of business areas and a concentration on the core competencies of chassis and wheel / tire systems. In addition, the focus was gradually shifted from pure workshop work to sales. The next big step was the creation of our own online shop in 2015 and the takeover of the already established online shop null-bar at the beginning of 2016.

The logical consequence was the development of air suspension products under our own label. Together with KW automotive GmbH, the Streetec-FAHRWairK air suspension line was created, which currently represents the technically feasible optimum in the field of aftermarket air suspension systems. A complete product portfolio of air suspension accessories is also offered under the STREETEC suspensions label. Furthermore, the STREETEC suspensions 'road' & 'performance' air suspension was developed, which celebrated its world premiere at the Essen Motor Show 2016 and offers a broad product portfolio.

Air suspension conversion kits for H&R coilovers were developed under the brand name CCK Coilover-Conversion-Kit and Streetec's own label CLK Coilover-Lift-Kit was designed for vehicles with KW coilovers.

In the course of 2017, the focus was on expanding the zero-bar dealer network. Many strong partners were convinced by the concept and represent the Streetec philosophy across borders. In the same year, planning began for the construction of the new company headquarters with around 1,200 m² of usable space, which opened at the beginning of 2020.

Since 2021, Streetec has also been developing its own lift-up air suspension for OFFROAD vehicles of various brands and is working here with well-known companies such as SEIKEL GmbH in the private label area. Furthermore, the new STREETEC 'autoleveling' control for air suspension was presented, as well as the new TACO. The TACO is a modular air tank system where various components such as the air compressor are integrated in the tank.