I know I’m supposed to really cover these cars and consistently speak of the way the tuners are developing their own direction.
Not that I don’t care about it, but I’m starting to care less and less about this concept and would prefer to focus on things like the looks.
The finished product if you will. Aftermarket is still a very wide category of products and you don’t have to see the collaboration of big names to get something enjoyable.
Sometimes you can see things as simple as a set of wheels properly selected and fitted to an F12 BMW 6 Series, preferably one that’s painted white.
I mean it, he seems to be just about right on all fronts and it was done without having several thousand horsepower, without any body kits and weird paint.
It really does seem like the owner actually appreciates the F12 6 Series, he does want to stand out, but he’s not ready to be introduced to people with “yo’ dawg”.
He opted for a set of Vossen Wheels alloys. Particularly it’s the 22 inch VVS-CV1 monoblock wheels. These are sized at 22×9 inches for the front and 22×10.5 inches for the rear.
That’s quite the difference in width but it also is just about the same proportions one would find in the standard setup.
In all cases, the rear wheels need to provide the grip under acceleration whereas those at the front need to be capable of quick and effortless turning.