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BMW M3 With Subtle Mods Shines In Atlantis Blue Paintjob 8
Posted by Brad Anderson in BMW, BMW M3, Galleries, HRE, tuning on 01 8th, 2018

BMW might be developing the next-generation M3, but that doesn’t mean the current car is outdated. In fact, these images show that, in the right specification and with certain modifications, the F80 M3 can be transformed into a truly jaw-dropping creation.

This particular M3 is owned by a member of the Bimmer Post forum and is painted in a color dubbed Atlantis Blue. One of the most remarkable paint schemes we’ve ever seen on an M3, the shade glistens from all angles and accentuates the aggressive body lines of the performance sedan.

Moreover, this M3 has been fitted with a set of HRE wheels shod in Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, 3D Design carbon fiber accents, tinted windows and a lowered K3 V3 coilover suspension.


Do These HRE Rims Make The McLaren 720S Look Better? 8
Posted by Cristian Gnaticov in HRE, mclaren, McLaren 720S, Wheels on 12 8th, 2017

McLaren’s latest addition to the Super Series range, the 720S, made a name for itself very quickly after demolishing almost all of its contenders, even ones with significantly more power, in a straight line.

We have no doubt it will be a hit with customers, some of which might want to personalize theirs by fitting a set of custom rims. One of the companies they can put on the list is HRE, which has already made a set of custom rims for the 720S, the P103, and is now launching a new one.

Named P204, the monoblock forged alloys are available in 20, 21, and 22 inches and come in a wide range of finishes, from the Brushed Titanium ones seen here, to more extravagant colors that such as Frozen Polished Purple or Stone Green, to name just a few.

If they look somewhat familiar, it’s because they are already worn by the Ferrari F12tdf, Lamborghini Aventador SV, Acura NSX and Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe. Mind you, they start from $11,200 per set – but, hey, if you can afford a 720S, this shouldn’t be an issue.


Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG Black Series Gets New Set Of Rims Courtesy Of HRE 26
Posted by Cristian Gnaticov in AMG, HRE, mercedes, Mercedes AMG, Mercedes Black Series, Mercedes SL, Wheels on 11 26th, 2017

Long before AMG became Mercedes’ official performance division, it had named a name for itself by tuning some of the German automaker’s models.

One of them was the SL65 AMG Black Series, the hottest version of the previous-gen range-topping model that came with a staggering 670 HP and 738 lb-ft (1,000 Nm) of torque courtesy of the tuned 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12.

That’s about 100 HP more than the menacing AMG GT R, and probably very close to the next Black Series model that was scooped on the Nurburgring recently. Naught to 62 mph (100 km/h) took just 3.9 seconds, and top speed was limited to ‘just’ 199mph (320km/h), which makes it just 0.3 seconds slower off the line than the Beast of the Green Hell.

Now, it appears that there’s nothing that you could do to a Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG Black Series to make it hotter, but HRE might be on to something with their new multi-spoke rims finished in polished copper.

Described as capable of offering the ultimate street-performance by combining the purposeful lightweight design of race wheels with “an unmatched level of sophisticated design”, the wheels are part of the P103 series. They cost at least $9,600 per set, come in different sizes from 19- to 21-inches, and can be finished in a variety of colors.

This particular set doesn’t look half bad on this black example, so we guess if any owner wants to change something on his/her Black Series, they might want to try them out for size.


New Porsche Panamera Looks Even Better With Aftermarket Wheels 6
Posted by Brad Anderson in HRE, porsche, Porsche Panamera, tuning, Wheels on 11 6th, 2017

The Porsche Panamera has been in production since 2009 but it wasn’t until the second-gen model, introduced last year, that the German automaker nailed the sports sedan formula.

The first-generation Panamera was a valiant attempt but with the new model, Porsche has created appealing exterior and interior designs, a car equipped with all the luxury features you could wish for and that must-have, sports car-like performance.

So, how do you make the new Panamera even better?

Well, the owner of the following Panamera Turbo, finished in black, has done just that thanks to a set of HRE P200 wheels painted Gloss Black.

The spokes of the wheels have quite a complex design and therefore wouldn’t be to everyone’s taste. However, we think they work perfectly with the Panamera’s refined and subtle design, adding a dash of aggression and wildness.


Sakhir Orange BMW M6 Looks Monstrous With Black Wheels 10
Posted by Brad Anderson in BMW, BMW M6, Galleries, HRE, tuning on 10 10th, 2017

Thanks to the Sakhir Orange paint, aftermarket wheels and subtle visual modifications of this BMW M6, we’re suddenly sad that the performance coupe is on its way out.
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Blue McLaren 720S Looks Sweet On Frozen Gold Custom Wheels 23
Posted by Sergiu Tudose in HRE, mclaren, McLaren 720S, Wheels on 09 23rd, 2017

Since supercars and lightweight custom wheels go hand in hand, we're not surprised to see McLaren's surreal 720S wearing a set of Frozen Gold multi-spoke P103 wheels designed by HRE.
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Thoughts On This Aftermarket Tuned BMW M4 GTS? 23
Posted by Brad Anderson in BMW, BMW M4, HRE, tuning on 09 23rd, 2017

The BMW M4 GTS is overpriced and some would say even underpowered, while the orange trims aren't exactly doing it any favors.
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BMW i3 Looks Intriguing With HRE Wheels 25
Posted by Brad Anderson in BMW, BMW i3, Electric Vehicles, HRE, tuning, Wheels on 08 25th, 2017

The BMW i3 isn’t exactly cool. In fact, if you ask us, it is actually a bit dorky, especially compared to other electric cars on the market like the Chevrolet Bolt.
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White Panamera Turbo Swipes Right On Brushed Titanium Wheels 20
Posted by Sergiu Tudose in HRE, porsche, Porsche Panamera, Wheels on 08 20th, 2017

If you're going to be driving one of the world's fastest and sportiest four-door luxury cars, matching it up with a set of lightweight custom wheels can have its benefits.
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Subtle Body Kit And New Wheels Complete This McLaren 570S 29
Posted by Brad Anderson in Galleries, HRE, mclaren, McLaren 570S, tuning, Wheels on 07 29th, 2017

If you squint and look at a McLaren 570S, it is pretty remarkable how similar it looks to its big brother, the P1.
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All-White BMW M3 Is A Unique Tuning Project 10
Posted by Brad Anderson in BMW, BMW M3, Galleries, HRE, tuning on 07 10th, 2017

BMW may have reserved its hardcore GTS badge for the M4 but one current M3 owner wanted in on the action and has finished work on a heavily customized M3 that takes inspiration from the M4 GTS.
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Check Out This Super Clean Audi R8 On Satin Black Wheels 17
Posted by Sergiu Tudose in audi, Audi R8, HRE, Wheels on 03 17th, 2017

When it comes to red supercars, finding one that doesn't scream "look at me" from a mile away can be rather difficult.
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Acura NSX Looks Smoking Hot On Frozen Red Custom Wheels 22
Posted by Sergiu Tudose in Acura, Acura NSX, Honda / Acura NSX, HRE, Wheels on 02 22nd, 2017

With an exterior worthy of boarding the mother ship in Independence Day, you'd think Acura would offer NSX customers more choices when it comes to wheel design.
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BMW M4 Tries On Matte Black Wheels On A Lowered Body 18
Posted by Brad Anderson in BMW, BMW M4, HRE, tuning, Wheels on 02 18th, 2017

Say what you will about the BMW M4 and its use of a twin-turbo six-cylinder, it is hard to deny how good it looks in the flesh and this example is particularly good looking.
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New Porsche 911 Targa Gets Together With Classic 993 & 930 Turbos 29
Posted by Sergiu Tudose in Classics, Galleries, HRE, porsche, Porsche-911, Wheels on 10 29th, 2016

Even though these three cars were only brought together to pose for a custom wheels company, we can't help but take a trip down memory lane in regards to the two classic 911s joining this modern-day Targa.
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