OZ Racing adds two performance wheels to its lineup
OZ racing the manufacturer of performance wheels has come out with the latest entrant in its 'Leggera' family of wheels called the HLT. These wheels are available in sizes ranging from 17-20 inches and have been designed for sports cars and premium sedans.
The Leggera HLT fitted on a Mercedes
The Leggera HLT features a one-piece, five double spoke design and gets a bright Race Grey finish. The wheel design helps in reducing the braking systems fatigue level by easily dissipating the heat produced while braking. The wizards at OZ tech's lab who design wheels for Formula One cars have been closely involved in the design and manufacturing process to come up with the best possible ratio of lightness and structural strength. Technologies like side cut and undercut have contributed immensely to weight reduction by removing materials where not required without compromising on structural integrity. The HLT also has a concave design and gets a extended hump to support run flat tyres.
The Montecarlo HLT is another addition to the All Terrain collection and is specially made for SUVs and big sedans
Montecarlo HLT is another addition to the All Terrain collection and is specially made for SUVs and big sedans. Finished in Matt Black and Matt Dark Graphite Diamond cut and available in 20 and 22-inch diameters, these wheels offer good mechanical resistance with light weight benefits.
The Montecarlo has a single five-spoke design with a concave profile. A special knurling at the centre coupled with undercut technology lightens not only the weight of the structure but also enhances the design by making the spokes look longer. These wheels too have been developed with F1 inspired technologies and are compatible with run flat tyres.
Starts Rs 29.9 Lakhs
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