Every year, the aftermarket industry see new and innovative products roll through, some more significant than others of course. But innovation and technological advancements is always progressing as the years go by. One of the products that I keep a close eye on every year is most definitely the almighty, wheel. These days with so... Continue Reading →
I was actually debating not to do this post because it's honestly a waste of time. The debate of real vs. fake will keep going on and on, and there will be a supporter of either spectrum. But the reactions from JDM Chicago's post of Varrstoen's "new" wheel on their Facebook page today (link here... Continue Reading →
2013 is quickly coming to a close, but the year has been filled with some awesome new products in the aftermarket automotive industry. The wheel industry though, has always been my favorite and I constantly keep a close eye on any new wheel designs that are slated to drop. With that said, here are my... Continue Reading →
Alright! Here it is, part deux of the special, Wheels of Wekfest V, segment of my coverage. Looks like I will have a third part for this segment, so stay tuned for more! MoMoHitsTheSpot! Exclusive ^Volk Racing TE37SL ^BBS RS ^Work S1R ^Work Varianza Schwert SC2 ^Work VS-XX ^SSR Professor MS1 ^Z Force Z8 ^HRE... Continue Reading →
I've been trying to find time to get some more of my Wekfest V photos done, and I finally have enough to start this new segment of my coverage. I thought about doing this special segment when I was at the show, and that this showcase of wheels would prove to be resourceful and informative... Continue Reading →
So, I recently stumbled upon some pictures of By Design's 997TT and I just had to share them here with you guys. Just by looking at the photos, you would get the hint that this car is a far fetch from stock, and you'd be right. This beast is infused with accents from Vorsteiner, and... Continue Reading →
I've always been a fan of Mercedes' line of AMG cars, and this one takes the cake for one of the cleanest E55s that I've seen. Rockin' a set of HRE P40SC wheels, and a killer stance, this Benz is truly a car of luxury and performance. Photos by Alex Stone
Just got word that Rays Engineering has released its new 2012 design in the C345 Ultra-Lightweight and C345 Prime wheels. Featuring a semi-mesh design and exclusive forging technology, this special design is exclusively for the compact Euros market. Personally, I'm not really feeling this design, but it is definitely beneficial in a performance stand point.... Continue Reading →
Here's a couple of beautiful NSXs to feast your eyes on. Both cleanly modded with just the right stance!
Luxury Abstract is an up and coming aftermarket luxury brand focusing mostly on VIP type vehicles and they have created their first wheel design in the Admiror. The Admiror features a forged 3pc design with custom coloring on the face of the wheels. The model shown below, however, is their limited edition variation which is... Continue Reading →
Active Autowerke has been the premier source for BMW tuning for over 30 years, so when they build a project car, you know it's gonna be something epic. Here is their latest creation, a super-charged E92 M3 rocking a set of ADV5.0 by ADV.1 Wheels. Photos by William Stern
This is one of the cleanest IS300 I've seen to date. It's got a beautiful stance, flawless body work, and a menacing 707whp on tap. Check out more Strasse Forged Wheels HERE Photos by Raymond Neice
Here's a nice in-depth look at Volk Racing's newest edition to their incredible line of wheels, the G12. As much as I love Rays and its affiliates, I'm still not too fond of their new generation of wheel designs.....I would rather be old school and take a set of TE37 or CE28 over the G2... Continue Reading →
I'm a few months late with these photos, but better late than never! These are awesome advertisement shots for ADV.1's ADV10 Track Spec wheels.
Here's the full shoot of the flush and fitted M3 that I posted a couple days ago. Wheel specs are 19x10 +31 front, and 19x11 +12 rear, respectively. Once again, these photos were shot by Tim Varnasup