HRE Retro Wheel Design Looks Good On Every Supercar, Including The New Porsche 911 GT3
HRE is showing off just how good its retro-inspired wheels look on the latest supercars with a number of images of these cars wearing wheels that look like they’ve come from the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s. This is what HRE specialises in, bringing the retro era of wheel design to the modern world with modern offsets and sizes, and it’s safe to say, the company’s wheels look incredible on even the most super of supercars, as it releases its new Forged Monoblok Rim line of designs.
Let’s See The Supercars!
The video begins with a Lamborghini Aventador SV boasting a set of 935 wheels from the company’s Vintage Range. Following closely is a Ferrari 488 Pista and a Porsche 911 Cabriolet wearing a set of Vintage 357s.
After this, a 911 GT3 RS comes in on Classic 305s, and another cabriolet on Classic 300s. Finally, we’re treated to the new Porsche 992 911 GT3 on a number of designs thanks to some great looking renders.
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What Is ‘Forged Monoblok Rim’
HRE says their ‘FMR’ wheels “meld the structural benefits of a Forged Monoblok wheel with the aesthetic of a two-piece wheel.” With “nearly infinite fitment, colour, and finish options,”, they’re available in sizes from 20-22 inches with centre locking versions also available.
Prices are yet to be confirmed, but a quick glance at HRE’s website will tell you they’re not going to be on the budget side of expensive, with many of their wheels costing four-figures, some even five-figures per wheel. It’s back to eBay for me…
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