Rennen Forged Wheels Releases New Video Of Rl 18 Wheels On Bmw X5
Jaw-dropping project crossover vehicle stuns with sexy rims boasting brushed translucent red centers and black chrome lips.
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ONTARIO, Calif. - June 5, 2015 - PRLog -- Rennen Forged, a division of Rennen International, one of the world’s largest global distributors for automotive aftermarket wheels, has released a new online video showcasing a stunning BMWX5 project crossover vehicle fitted with glamorous RL 18 rims. The video, found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJlKndH_b3k, vividly spotlights the aggressively-styled white sports activity vehicle that rocked the 2014 SEMAshow, its Rennen RL 18 rims with brushed translucent red centers and black chrome lips perfectly complementing thePirelli 295/30/22 and 335/25/22 tires wrapped around them. According to Rennen Forged representatives, the BMWX5 is one of the most successful crossover/SUV project vehicles the company has ever collaborated on.
Taking BMW’s performance-oriented sports activity vehicle to the next level was Rennen’s primary focus on this particular project, and in so doing the globally renowned wheel manufacturer has made even non-SUV types sit up and take notice. This X5, bathed in a creamy smooth yet vibrantly white paint scheme, sits on Rennen RL 18’s in a 22 x 11.5 front/22 x 13 rear configuration, the beautiful wheels taken to another level of style and eye-catching sophistication by way of their aforementioned brushed translucent red centers and black chrome lips. Designed by BMW from the onset to be one of the best-handling small SUVs on the entire market, the project X5 is further enhanced with famously road-gripping Pirelli rubber.
Finishing off the flashy BMW X5 is a Prior Design widebody kit installed by Roadstarr Motorsports and a custom exhaust courtesy of Sal’s Auto Repair.
All Rennen Forged wheels are manufactured in the USA using materials of the highest quality, specifically 6061-T6forged aluminum, which is used in aerospace manufacturing due to its strength and light weight.