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This Vossen Wheels 'Shoot is a Mid-Engined Matte Black Gem [w/Video]

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Two of the hottest cars around, riding on some of the best looking wheels we've ever seen, in one of the most spectacular cities anyone has ever seen. A recipe for a great photoshoot, wouldn't you say?

No Kidding: Vossen Dealer Wants $40,000 for New VLE-1 Wheels

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While writing up the piece on Vossen's VLE-1 wheels, I found an online price, but I didn't mention it because it was absurd at $9,999 a pop or $39,996 for a set, and wanted to make sure it wasn't a mistake.

Vossen's New VLE-1 Wheels on a Stillen G37 and Porsche 997

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Vossen has come out with a fresh alloy wheel design dubbed VLE-1 that will be a limited edition series made of 400 sets produced in two different finishes.

2015 Acura TLX Sedan Tuned by Pembroke Pines & Vossen [w/Video]

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We can't vouch for this, but we're told that this is the world's first modified 2015 Acura TLX. It was made by tuners Pembroke Pines and alloy-wheel specialist, Vossen.

Yay or Nay? Audi's New S3 Sedan on Vossen Wheels

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Audi's freshest sporty sedan, the 2015 S3, receives a new stance, courtesy of Vossen Wheel's Japanese arm.

2015 Smart Forfour Gets Virtual Exterior Tuning

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Unveiled last week along with its little brother, the second generation of the Smart Forfour is still a few months away from actually being driven by potential customers, not to mention getting bought, so seeing one all dressed up with aftermarket wheels is surely a bit peculiar.

Vossen Envisions 2015 Mustang in Grabber Blue with its CV3 Wheels

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From the moment that Ford blew the covers off the 2015 Mustang, we all knew that it was never a question of if, but just how fast aftermarket companies would come out with their ideas on how to customize and improve the Blue Oval's sixth generation pony car.

Vossen Gets Creative with Video Showcasing 2014 Corvette C7 Wearing New Rims

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While this author kind of prefers the 2014 Corvette Stingray with Vossen's five spoke (each with twin arms) alloy wheels teased in renderings earlier this year, the Miami-based aftermarket firm has chosen its upcoming line of multi-spoke rims in a turbine-style dubbed the "Precision Series" for display on the C7.

Vossen Dresses Infiniti Q50 with New Rims

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The Infiniti Q50 is a nicely styled and designed modern sedan, with clear Japanese origin, European influences and a (primarily) American final destination. It is in no way a bad looking new car, but as is always the case, the regular manufacturer rims and standard ride height do little to enhance the overall look.

Vossen Wheel's 2014 Corvette Stingray Project [w/Video]

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One of the first, and for some people, the only part of a sports car worth changing are the alloy wheels and tires, if not immediately, shortly after they acquire their ride – used or new.

We don't need to tell you that the owners of the new 2014 Corvette Stingray will have more choices in this department than you can imagine, covering pretty much all tastes and budgets.

Vossen Envisions its Goods on BMW 4-Series Coupe

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We'll soon see all kinds of aftermarket goodies becoming available for future owners of the new BMW 4-Series Coupe, from full blown performance and styling packages to meeker wheel and tire combos, like the one previewed here in the above rendering from Vossen Wheels.

2014 Chevy Impala Sits Well On Big Vossen Wheels

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There really is an art to getting the look of your custom car right. Some overdo it, while others are too hesitant to make changes and people just end up calling their cars sleepers.

However, you can never ever really go wrong with a suspension lowering kit and some big rims sitting on an inch or two of rubber. Any car will look better, even one that didn’t look so hot in the first place…

Vossen Wheels Showcases Purple Delight Nissan 370Z

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While not a full-blown tuner itself, Miami-based wheel specialist Vossen, known to the masses mainly for its concave-design rims, gets all sorts of cars in its hands to be fitted with its alloy goods. When that happens and the vehicle in question is special enough, it also takes some artsy photos to share with the world.

That's the case with this purple-accent Nissan 370Z Coupe riding on the brand's 20-inch VVSCV4 wheels finished in a bespoke two-tone color theme that matches the rest of the car.

Jaguar F-Type Roadster Shows Off its New Vossen Wheels

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It's almost a given that F-Type will eventually become the most loved Jaguar child in the tuning industry, and while excessive aero packages and hardcore engine upgrades might not be everyone's cup of tea, alloy wheel options is a different story, as it's an easy and relatively (or comparably, if you must) affordable way to customize the looks of your car.

Vossen Puts 22-Inch Concave Wheels on Tesla Model S [w/Video]

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The Tesla Model S is no doubt a good-looking car, but that doesn’t mean it can’t look even better. This is what Miami-based Vossen Wheels specializes in, with the aftermarket company managing to make the electric sedan look fresher by simply fitting 22-inch VVS-CV1 concave wheels.

The Matte Graphite wheels, sized 22x9 at the front and 22x10.5 at the rear, complement the light blue paint of the car and even though their size is huge, the look of the Model S is not ruined. On the contrary, Vossen’s wheels give it a more dynamic and sportier appearance.

OSS Designs and Vossen-Tuned Audi RS5 is One "Pissed-Off Stormtrooper" [w/Videos]

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It hasn't been that long since we last heard of an Audi RS5 tune, but looking at what OSS Designs came up with for the German performance coupe, who can blame us for wanting to share this project?

Created with a little help from Vossen Wheels, which described the RS5 Coupe's angry looks as a "pissed off stormtrooper" in a nod to the white-clad elite soldiers of the Galactic Empire [sic] from the Star Wars movies, the Audi features a makeover that starts with the front end and OSS Designs' colorful (literally) LEDs that surround the factory lights.

This Heavily Modded Infiniti FX Comes from Russia with Love

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Did you know that Miami-based Vossen Wheels has collaborated with a Russian company named Rus Wheels? Neither did we, and to be frank, we probably wouldn't have paid much attention anyway if it weren't for this picture of a customized Infiniti FX shared by the alloy-wheel specialist.

New Corvette Stingray Imagined Hunkered Down, Riding on Vossen Wheels

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Raise your hands if you think you know which car will be one of the stars of the next SEMA show in Las Vegas this fall. You can put them down now as we all know that unless GM chooses otherwise, the 2014 Corvette Stingray will be the poster child of world's largest aftermarket event.

In fact, we're already starting to see speculative takes on tuned Stingrays such as the these two renderings made by Glacius Creations, which is run by Norwegian design Christer Stormark.

BMW 6-Series Gran Coupe with M Sport Package Vossen-ed Up

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When owners of new BMW models want to add some visual pizazz to their rides, their first choice is to tick the M Sport Package box from the options list, which usually comes with an aerodynamic kit and bigger alloy wheels for the exterior, and sport seats and trim for the interior.

2013 Range Rover HSE Riding on Vossen's Concave 22-Inch Rims [w/Video]

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The creative minds at Land Rover may have found a way to shave up to nearly 1,000 pounds (~450kg, depending on the engine and equipment grade) on the new 2013 Range Rover over the model it replaces, but the premium SUV continues to have a very large footprint and as such, there's no denying that it looks better with bigger wheels.