CTS-V Rides on D2Forged Alloys

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Cadillac’s potent sedan has been given a unique set of 11-spoke alloys.

D2Forged flits between shoeing exotic European metal such as Porsche, Ferrari and Aston Martin, and American muscle, such as the Corvette Z06 and this, their latest project, based on the Cadillac CTS-V Sedan. The US-based wheel-maker is showcasing a set of its 21-inch FMS-11 alloys, boasting a multispoke design with 11 spokes and unique fluting detail. A classic step lip configuration stops the centers from overpowering the look, while the wheels are finished with a titanium brushed center and polished lip.

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