18mm all around: the fronts are a touch too aggressive depending what angle you look at it but the chunky look kinda works too.I love it!!! man that white is sharp too on the Model S.
What spacers are you running? Looks flush.
Snowy today...Do you have a side picture?
Hands down, best looking 19" setup! Do you have winter tires on them?
I know them well. There's some cars in their fleet that were previously mine!Now we just need to see DDE hooning your Plaid in the snow!
Newer BMWs are 5x112 so those wouldn't fit without wheel adapters... which leads to a whole other argument about safety.Does anyone know what wheels BMW use on their i7 M Sport....a large heavy saloon like the Model S ?
This could settle the argument without all the rancor
Awesome look!. I also have the refreshed MS and was wondering if you used the original tire sizes (255/45-19 & 285/40-19) on the staggered 437M's?
I went 10mm narrower on each axle (245/275) since it’s my winter setup: the narrower the better for snow performance. You should have no issue running the original 255/285 tires with these. They’re half an inch narrower than the Tempests but still well within the recommended tire range.Awesome look!. I also have the refreshed MS and was wondering if you used the original tire sizes (255/45-19 & 285/40-19) on the staggered 437M's?
My CS ran 265 front on a 19 inch wheel and 285 rear on a 20 inch wheel. The 763M wheels look pretty awesome. Refresh cars with wider track should definitely get the 763 and they are even lighter than the 437s!iirc 255/285 was one of the factory configs on the 9"/10" 19's (maybe the CS?) and it was the factory setup on the previous-gen E92 GTS. So yeah the wheel width isn't an issue there, just a little more pinch than stock S refresh wheels