Today, we will provide you with new official information about the future of new GM rims that will be sold to US dealers.
Let us return to our topic based on official statements made by Michael Simcoe, General Motors Design Director, at a Brembo Brakes event during a dialogue with Dan Sandberg, President and CEO of Brembo North America. “The availability of large rims on production cars will certainly provide a longer, wider and lower car appearance for a great look.
New designs for these upcoming rims are likely to be available, and designers will use this opportunity to further distinguish their products from their competitors, and presumably increase the availability of carbon fiber rims or other lightweight materials.
Companies are always offering large car rims in test cars, but 26-inch production rims are currently not available to manufacturers. The Lamborghini Urus is the only production car yet to be tested with the 23-inch rims. However, it seems that the upcoming GM cars will get larger tires than the size, this volume of rims is expensive and works to increase the weight of the car, which negatively affects the proportion of gasoline consumption, which will increase because of the high weight !!!
The next few days will reveal whether 26-inch rims will be available on commercial production vehicles sold in the market ??? The Lamborghini will remain at the forefront with the 23-inch rims available on its production Urus.