The wheels all offer TSW’s trademark quality and style and according to the company any car owner looking to individualise their vehicle will find something to their taste and style in the TSW range.
First up is the Holsten, an almost-full face wheel with seriously European undertones. It features a centre-cap to conceal the mounting nuts, giving uninterrupted lines. The Holsten is available in sizes from 9×18 to 10×22 and in silver or chrome finishes.
In contrast, the Nogaro is a narrow, five-spoke design, named after the Japanese racing circuit, so its motorsport heritage is clear. Its five spokes are square-edged with slightly dished faces, to give a “purposeful” look. The Nogaro is available in sizes from 8×17 to 10×20 and in chrome or hyper silver finishes.
The Vortex is a softer wheel, again with five spokes running to the very outer edge of the wheel rim for a smooth and classic feel. The outer edges of the spokes spread to enhance the flowing lines of the wheel, while providing plenty of metal in the wheel arches. The Vortex comes in chrome and hyper silver finishes and sizes ranging from 8×17 to 10×20.
The Mondello is another motorsport-inspired wheel, this time taking its influences from the drifting scene. It’s a double five-spoke design, with hard-edged spokes running almost to the edge of the wheel rim before a sharp corner to the join. The Mondello is available in chrome or hyper black and sizes from 8×18 to 10×22.
Finally, the Montage is another five-spoke wheel, with chunky spokes running to the edge of the wheel rim. The spokes fan outwards as they flow from the centre cap to the rim, where they stand proud as they join. The Montage comes in chrome and hyper silver finishes and is sized from 8×18 to 10×22.