BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe on Vossen Wheels

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For those not happy with 20-inch rims on their BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe, wheel specialist Vossen is offering 22-inch machined-face alternatives.

It hasn't been on the market for very long, but aftermarket tuners are already getting to work on performing performance and visual upgrades on the new BMW 6 Series Grand Coupe. Miami-based wheel specialist Vossen recently revealed a new set of wheels it's created for the sleek Bimmer four-door coupe. BMW offers either 19- or 20-inch double-spoke alloys for the model, but Vossen has gone even bigger with these new 22-inch alloys in two-tone trim with matte black rims and machined faces.

Also added are a set of sports springs to lower the body just a bit, the overall effect giving the car an even more aggressive stance. Official pricing wasn't announced but you can take a better look at Vossen's work in their own video below.

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