Posts Tagged ‘ Forgiato ’
Red wheels seem to pretty hot at the moment, at least in America. This Prior Design BMW M5 is the second car we see this week equipped with red Forgiato wheels, although on this one red rims are only used on one side of the vehicle, which is a bit odd.
You’ve heard of white power, now check out wide power! Arizonian tuner Creative Bespoke has created a one-of-a-kind Prior Design Ferrari 458 wide body which must one of the coolest, and widest, cars of its kind in America right now. This yellow beast was featured at this year’s SEMA show. Now it’s time for a […]
Even though the Mercedes-AMG S63 Cabrio is now the second coolest four-seat convertible car you can buy, what with the introduction of the new Maybach S 650, the car is still pretty gangsta, especially if you get the specs right. This one here could serve as a good template in that regards.
With all the amazing new production car debuts and concept cars on display at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show it was easy overlooking the tuner cars, especially as the memory of the SEMA show is still fresh in our minds. Still, those who did visit Forgiato Wheel’s booth had the pleasure of seeing a […]
The name Forgiato commands much greater respect in the American tuning scene now than what their official business as a wheel maker would lead you to believe. They are a lifestyle brand now, which is why it doesn’t come as a surprise their cars were among the coolest highlights of this year’s SEMA show.
Every once in while we come across a tuned car that we just can’t wrap our heads around, mainly because it seems to have the wrong mods relative to the character of the car. Take this Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale, for instance. It’s the most performance-oriented version of the GT, and yet the owner has […]
Seeing as Bentley Bentayga is about as flashy as SUVs get, it was only a matter of time before it gets hooked up with a set of Forgiato wheels. Now it has happened, and the end result is interesting, to say the least. It looks terrible, obviously, but that’s missing the point.
Styling a car’s exterior is not always about adding new components to it, or even giving it a full wrap. If you have an artistic eye and a creative mind, you can achieve greater results with a lot less work, as shown by this rather special looking Ferrari 488 GTB by DHK Autosports.
There is something very exciting about going against tide and not conforming with the ordinary – even if it’s just styling your car in the exact opposite fashion considered appropriate for it. That is why we like this fully blacked-out Bentley Flying Spur by Creative Designs. It looks like Daniel Craig, if he were Batman.
While most of the fans of the brand would argue that something like a MC Stradale or one of the other special editions is the ultimate modern Maserati, we put it to you, this car is it. This Maserati GranCabrio equipped with a sick set of Forgiatos is the ultimate Maser because it has everything […]
The C7 Stingray generation of the Chevrolet Corvette has been a favorite of Forgiato Wheels since the day it was launched and they have already given it many different treatments. But they don’t necessarily have to boast the firm’s wide body kit and custom grille to look cool. As this Corvette Z06 here shows, only […]
Maybe it’s because McLarens have sleek and sophisticated designs, but you don’t see too many of them around rocking Forgiato wheels, which, to be honest, are a bit on the ostentatious side. But we have one of those rare occasions here thanks to The Auto Gallery of Beverly Hills who fitted a brand-new McLaren 570GT […]
If we were to rank cars on the road today regardless of their price, functionality or purpose, we’d have to give the title of the hottest to the Liberty Walk Huracan Spyder by RDBLA. This bad boy came out a while back and caused such a disturbance in the force, it’s still a little shaky. […]
The Land Cruiser – in all its variants, especially the 200 series – is an immensely popular SUV around the world, but there are only a handful of good styling kits available for it. Well, that makes the Eight Star Toyota Land Cruiser all that more special.
Yes, stuff like this was the reason the Maybach brand had to be put in an artificial coma a few years back. While Rolls-Royce Phantom was becoming the darling of the Illuminati, the Maybach found a following among rich donking enthusiasts with catastrophic results.