Pearl White Tesla Model S Gets Aggressive Thanks To ADV.1 Wheels

Pearl White Tesla Model S Gets Aggressive Thanks To ADV.1 Wheels

/ January 2, 2020 / 871 Views

For this Tesla Model S, the Miami-based wheel company built a set of ADV10 M.V2 CS Series two-piece forged wheels

Albeit a bit long in the tooth, the design of the Tesla Model S is still one of the cleanest in the automotive world. However, the signs of old age (over 10 years) can be clearly seen and for some owners, the need to spice things up a bit is ever prevalent. For most, adding a note of aggressive looks thanks to a set of aftermarket wheels and lowering is what’ll definitely do the trick in making their Model S look impressive. In turn, for the owner of this pearl white Model S, the choice of ADV.1 Wheels makes for a perfect complementing effect on this battery-powered electric vehicle.

The wheels in question are the ten-spoke model from the wheel maker, named ADV10 M.V2 CS Series wheels. While you can clearly discern the ten-spoke design from the naming, the M.V2 and CS may be a bit more difficult to understand. With ADV.1 Wheels, the M.V2 signs a two-piece configuration for their wheels, while the CS (Competition Spec) means that these are some of their lightest and design & engineering wise, most complicated wheels they offer.

For the CS Series, the intricate spoke cuts and design cues allow the wheel company to shed excess weight, resulting in a lighter wheel that also keeps all of its rigidity. Furthermore, the design cues also make the wheels much more appealing, as the small details clearly help them achieve the wow factor. Furthermore, even though these are two-piece wheels, they come with a clearly gorgeous step-lip design feature as well.

For this build, the wheels are sized a whopping 22×9 in the front and 22×10.5 in the rear. The wheels come with a Brushed Gloss Metal finish and feature a Hidden Hardware option. The end result is a rather aggressive and compelling looking Model S that will clearly be a focal point for any EV fan out there. You can take a detailed media look at this Tesla Model S build in the media gallery right below.

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