Surely there’s a $12,000 name for the particular SHADE of gray...
Even the stock steelies, modified or not.
Lots of GM used these nicely styled steel wheels. They actually looked as stylized as modern cast wheels and didn’t look cheap.
Which goes hand-in-hand with painting cars in actual colours. Mercedes used to be really good about that.
Does this work for you?
GM used to do it too.
I always thought the steel wheels that VW put on the New Beetle looked pretty sweet.
MINI Coopers look solid on steelies...
White steelies just look bad ass.
The new Defender is available and looks best with the steelies:
What we really need is colour-matched wheels.
I don’t know if it’s “unexpected” but the last gen GM trucks.
Zoom zoom paddle, I think, is the technical term, if we’re being pedantic.
You’re just not current with what’s going on.
Right? I was super amped for this video, even if I was a little resistant to the lack of noise. I guess I could just put on background music though... Read more
Ohm my! Watt shocking results!
I knew Tesla would win. - Elon.
I just want to understand the causes of the crashes. If speed isn’t the primary driver then correlating a speed increase to a crash increase is bad statistics.
That won’t stop the unlicensed drivers in your scenario from 1) driving just as fast anyway, or 2) running into your smug ass and your high-speed license plate. Probably while not insured.