Motor Trend Visits HRE Performance Wheels


Motor Trend goes inside the innovative wheel-maker to see how they roll.

Amongst the plethora of wheel-makers featured on CarBuzz, HRE Performance Wheels is best known for being attached to some of the world's most exotic cars, which have included a spectacular Ferrari Enzo, an SLS AMG Roadster and a Hennessey-tuned Viper, among others. To get some insight into how its custom wheels come into being, Motor Trend's video series The Downshift cruised down to the company's Vista, California, operation to see how things roll.

HRE Performance builds its wheels to order, with single forged blanks getting lathed, milled and hand-finished to customer's exact specifications. Equal measures of engineering and artistry goes into each new wheel, and this five-minute video provides a unique look at how the wheel-maker operates.

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