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.
Additionally, this Lamborghini Huracan features a full 1016 Industries aero program. It consists of a carbon fiber front add-on spoiler, side skirts, a rear diffuser and a rear wing installed. These allow the Huracan better aero performance, increased downforce and improved visual angle as well.
The M.V2 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.