Excellence Paired With Excellence | BMW M5 on LOMA® Exclusive Wheels

CCM Glimpse: “Excellence Paired With Excellence”

Vehicle: BMW M5 F10

Wheels: LOMA® Exclusive Wheels | Supertec Series | 3-Piece “Deep Concave” design | Gunmetal center | High polished step lip | Hidden hardware | Sizes: 9.5″ x 20″ front and 10.5″ x 20″ rear

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 A Few Words From LOMA® Exclusive Wheels:

As the definitive “sleeper” car, the BMW M5 is the everyday driver/track weapon for tuner or enthusiast who wants luxury combined with blistering performance. With a turbocharged V8 pounding out 560hp, the need for engine modifications is, to put it bluntly, moot. So how do you get your M5 that extra bit of uniqueness, flair and performance that individualizes your car and makes you stand out from the crowd? The answer is LOMA’s custom forged wheels for the BMW M5.

The factory wheels are very functional, but the design is somewhat conventional. Contrast that to the LOMA Supertec wheel for the BMW M5. Available in a wide variety of finishes and colors, the Supertec is a 3-piece, deep concave design with a high polished step lip. This makes the wheel optically appear about 1″ larger than it actually is. With the 20″ tire and wheel combination that comes from the factory, you’ll look like you’ve filled the wheel well with a 21″ wheel design. This massive look also adds the BMW M5′s already menacing stance, and takes the aesthetics of the car to a whole new level.

In addition to the aesthetics, your BMW M5 also gains a performance advantage from the LOMA Supertec wheel. The “step lip” design directs more airflow to the brakes of your car at higher speeds than the stock wheel. Combined with lightweight construction, this keeps your brakes running cooler for longer periods of time, enhancing performance at high speed. The available gunmetal center of the wheel creates a classic counterpoint to the polished design, further enhancing the “pop” factor of the wheels to onlookers. The LOMA Supertec also features a design that hides the hardware, creating a more visually uniform look.


 

 

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