The American tuner car manufacturer Vorsteiner is introducing its latest lightweight flow forged alloy technology which is a real treasure when it comes to safety, design, quality and performance. Even though this new technology is approximately 25% lighter compared to a conventional cast construction, it is capable of demonstrating exceptional strength, balance and resistance. A model that takes advantage of these lightweight wheels is the BMW F32 435i. The car arrives with 300 untamed horses (223 kW) and a maximum torque of 406 Nm (300 lb-ft).
This specially fitted BMW is displayed in Carbon Graphite double five spokes wheels that come in dimensions of 20x8.5 inches at the front and 20x10 inches at the rear. The use of a standard profile in the front and concave profile in the rear is a recipe for absolute clearance even when we talk about the largest big brake kits in the market nowadays.
But how does the new technology work? Taking into consideration every possible detail, the unique Vorsteiner flow forged technology is placed into a steel rim mold and prepped to be processed. After that, there is an extensive heat and pressure applied by using three individually shaped rollers.
They strengthen the barrel to the exact width and density, thus forming stronger rims without using too much material. Finally, the wheels have higher impact tolerance and weigh less thanks to the molecular mixture of the aluminum. Precisely, the front alloys have a mass index of 21.4lb, while those at the back weigh 22lbs.
At last, Vorsteiner ensured that their V-FF 103 are accompanied by the appropriate tyres. So they have chosen the Pirelli P Zero for the task and the sizes 245/30/20 and 275/30/20 for the front and rear, respectively.