These are serious wheel makers. They consider what they make to be engineered art. These wheels are designed and crafted for specific makes and models. The process starts by gathering over 100 points of data from the target vehicle to ensure optimal fit. From there some of the best design talent in the business create masterpieces of complex concave designs sure to compliment the ride they are meant to be mounted on. Engineering converts the designs into executable plans focusing on strength and optimal fitment. A monoblock of aerospace rated aluminum heat treated to T-6 is then introduced into one of Vossen’s 10 CNC machines to begin the manufacturing process. Unlike most wheel makers, Vossen uses a 3D milling technique. Where most of the competition make the wheel with a single pass of the machine, the Vossen procedure requires the machine to make multiple passes in order to create seemingly impossible designs come to life. At the end of the day, over 70% of the monoblock’s weight will be milled out leaving an incredibly beautiful, lightweight, and awesomely strong forged wheel with precise bolt pattern and fitment.
Hand polished and finished using the latest technology and a selection of nine colors of ultra-high-quality powders, Vossen turns out stunning “engineered art” crafted specifically for your ride. And what a collection of rides. Because they are designed for specific models you might think they would target upscale luxury vehicles but that is not the case. Sure, you’ll find Vossen wheels on Bentley and Rolls Royce models not to mention the supercars of Lamborghini and Ferrari but you will also see them showing off on Ford Explorers, VW Touareg, Chevy Silverado and the Ford F 150. When you want the ultimate in unique wheels; when you want eye-boggling designs, hot finish colors and the durability and performance of a forged wheel, you want Vossen.
Forged and Hybrid Forged Vossen Wheels Engineered for Excellence and Designed to Amaze
The latest from Vossen Wheel is their Hybrid Forged technology. This new process shaves even more weight from the wheel and allows for a greater range of rim widths without sacrificing strength. Lighter wheels mean greater fuel economy and performance. Here are a few that are new for 2020: