Whether you like it or not, the aftermarket wheel industry is making great strides these days. Unfortunately, in most cases, it’s not recognized by the general public overall. That is, if we dig deeper beyond how cool the wheels look like. To many, the education of the public perception, owners, dealers and others is the key ingredient in making the aftemarket wheel industry get accepted by pundits and conservative crowds in the automotive world then.
For many, ADV.1 Wheels have been at the fore front front of the wheel industry in the last few years. Yes, they’ve had their share of controversy – like everybody else. But, for the most part, their expertise and engineering prowess is combined with marketing efforts seldom seen in the automotive industry. This yields some rather exciting builds.
This Lamborghini Huracan LP-610-4 is equipped with some of ADV.1’s latest wheel solutions in both design and craftsmanship, respectively. The company recently made a move to their in-house production & design center, creating wheels that certainly have all the advancements available. This set of ADV5 MV.2 CS wheels is the perfect example of their newly introduced company policy in every single area.
The MV.2 wheels are actually a two-piece setup that yields some interesting things. First, they offer customers with a wider range of possible sizes/widths. Second, they can maintain a monoblock outlook – even with a two-piece wheel. Include titanium hardware, pocket material removal and excellent engineering work that yields a lightweight wheel setup, then you have a perfect aftermarket wheel setup for a vehicle like this.
The Lamborghini Aventador LP 700–4 uses Lamborghini’s new 700 PS (510 kW; 690 bhp) 6.5 litre V12 engine weighing 235 kg. Known internally as the L539, the new engine is Lamborghini’s fourth in-house engine and second V12. It is the first all-new V12 since the 3.5 litre powerplant found in the 350GT. For many, the sound and depth of that V12 engine is simply impressive. It gives the fans of naturally aspirated engines something to rejoice about.
This Aventador comes equipped with ADV.1 Wheels and a few carbon fiber touches. Unlike some builds we’ve seen earlier, this one looks clean and the additions make the supercar in question look even more ridiculous.
With the addition of carbon fiber parts, the Aventador looks more aggressive and performance oriented. The Lamborghini Aventador seen here is equipped with a lightweight carbon fiber front spoiler, side skirts, rear bumper with an integrated diffuser, completed with an impressive carbon fiber active rear wing. The addition of the rear wing perfects the looks nicely. It also gives additional downforce, a feature the owner of this supercar will definitely appreciate.
The ADV.1 Wheels installed are the custom made design that the wheel company built for Davenport Motorspots and thus created something rather interesting overall. The wheels are sized 21×10 and 21×13 front and rear respectively, giving the Aventador quite an impressive overall visual upgrade there. Full photoshoot of this build is available in the media gallery below, created by the highly talented William Stern. Check it out!
This Grigio Lynx Lamborghini Huracán is a marvel of modern Italian supercar design and a true showcase of the aftermarket industry as well. Coming courtesy of ADV.1 Wheels, it features their freshly released wheels + aftermarket lightweight aerodynamic additions, made from carbon fiber – naturally.
The Lamborghini Huracán comes with the same the 5.2 L naturally aspirated V10 engine from the Gallardo. For the newest model, the engine is tuned for 610 PS (449 kW; 602 hp). To ensure its balance and performance, the car is mid-engined. This provides the Huracán with an excellent set of performance virtues in such a configuration. The V10 engine installed provides the car with enough power to propel the car from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in 3.2 seconds, while reaching a top speed of 202mph or 325km/h for European fans – that is.
The carbon fiber parts installed come courtesy of 1016 Industries and Dynamic Turbo that completed the project. Featuring a carbon fiber front lip, side skirts, and rear wing, unlike some builds out there, it looks pretty aggressive and clean. Unlike many other kits on the market, these aero parts were designed primary with form meets function in mind. Industry leaders in the Aerospace field were brought in as private consultants to provide input on the overall performance and design of the body kit.
For the Huracan’s newest wheel choice the company went with the thin multispoke wheel setup. They opted out for the popular ADV10 design and ran it through the spin cycle creating the ADV10R. The ADV10R M.V2 CS is a two piece directional 10 spoke wheel. It includes the same aggressive design, strength optimized, and lightweight properties that the company’s popular race bred Competition Spec Series is known for as well. It brings a level of class, aggression, but above all, a high-quality choice for owners that wish to have only the best installed for their vehicles.
The below photoshoot is done by the amazing automotive photographer William Stern. His work is impressive, specially when the camera is pointed at such a vehicle. Check out the full shoot below and enjoy the video as well.
This Lamborghini Huracan comes with a beautiful Arancio Borealis exterior finish. Definitely an interesting exterior finish, it accentuates the aggressive lines of the Italian supercar pretty nicely. Adding a set of ADV.1 Wheels to it makes it even more gorgeous! The idea with a nice aftermarket setup is to always accentuate the already aggressive lines of such a vehicle, giving it a completely different profile. These ADV05C Track Spec Competition Spec Series wheels provide a healthy dose of aggressive appeal overall.
The Lamborghini Huracán comes with the same the 5.2 L naturally aspirated V10 engine from the Gallardo. For the newest model, the engine is tuned for 610 PS (449 kW; 602 hp). To ensure its balance and performance, the car is mid-engined. This provides the Huracán with an excellent set of performance virtues in such a configuration. The V10 engine installed provides the car with enough power to propel the car from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in 3.2 seconds, while reaching a top speed of 202mph or 325km/h for us Europeans for example.
The wheel specs are 20×9.5 / 20×11.5 front and rear respectively. The wheels come with a Polished Gloss Manbronze / Matte Black finish combination. This build was completed for Lamborghini Newport Beach, thus helping with the sales and presentation of this vehicle as well. Please take a look at the full William Stern Photography photoshoot right below.