The Aero can be specified in either Satin Titanium with a polished face, or with Gloss Black with a polished face.
Wolfrace’s latest product to emerge from its ‘skunk works’ development department is the Aero, a ‘turbine style’ alloy that’s available in the company’s customary wide range of sizes, offsets, PCDs and finishes. This wheel is suitable for both passenger car and commercial applications thanks to its load indexing.
Part of Wolfrace’s well regarded Eurosport portfolio, the Aero is dominated by its imposing spoke layout, with aggressive looking ‘vanes’ spiraling out from the centre to meet the outer edge.
There’s another side to the Aero’s appearance, the two choices of finish available. The Aero can be specified in either Satin Titanium with a polished face, or with Gloss Black with a polished face. Both the Titanium and Gloss treatments are applied to the inner edges of the spokes, and the contrast between this and the wheel face serve to further underline its width and road presence. All the finishes look suitably menacing and all have been developed to provide tough, long lasting protection for the alloy underneath.
Load rated 960kg, the Wolfrace Aero is suitable for fitment to an array of different vehicles, including commercial applications. This reflects the growing trend for modified or otherwise aftermarket styled vans, another sector that Wolfrace is proud to support in a big way. Car owners are equally well catered for, the full range of PCDs running to 5×100, 5×108, 5×112, 5×114.3, 5×120, and in 8.5×18, 8.5×20 sizes.
A set of 4 will set you back a very reasonable £127.50 each. Even the largest, 8.5×20in size and most costly finish (Satin Black/polished face and undercut) costs £150 per corner. Prices include VAT.