One of the world’s most exciting cars, as well one of the industry’s first hybrid hypercars, theFerrari LaFerrari initially left the factory with a set of 5-single spoke wheels that weren’t very fancy to look at.
This is probably a non-issue with most LaFerrari owners or most car enthusiasts in general, but some people really do have a thing for custom wheels, and some of the aftermaket offerings can improve the car’s looks.
There’s an obvious yellow and black theme going on with this hyper stallion. The body panels are yellow, as are the brake calipers, resting behind those M-X2 Satin Black wheels from Vossen, which match up with the black roof.
Going from 5-single spoke rims to a more dynamic 5-dual spoke design means that this LaFerrari is unique and, along with the yellow paint, might even manage to turn a few extra heads on the road. Not that it needs any help with that – it would still be a head turner even if it the carbon bodywork was left unpainted…
The LaFerrari utilizes a mild hybrid setup with a V12 engine and a KERS unit, providing a total of 963 PS (950 HP) and 900 Nm (664 lb-ft) of torque that, according to Maranello, enable it to reach a top speed in excess of 350 km/h (217 mph).