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Take a sneak peek of whats to come....

Vista CA) eGarage has an exclusive behind the scenes look at what the creative minds over at HRE Performance Wheels are getting ready to reveal to world here in 2011. The word so far is that this new successor to the HRE 790R wheels will be called the 790RS series. RS from what we have seen so far means a tie to the original R style. From what it appears HRE Wheels have ditched the old 790R styling and they have gone with a more of a modern and aggressive sculpted and machined design.

As you have already seen from the eGarage|HRE Performance Wheels Video this in an intense and laborious process from development to delivery. These photos of the new 790RS series tell us that HRE Performance Wheels continue to raise the bar for the Automotive aftermarket consumer.

HRE Performance Wheels NEW 790RS Series, could potentially include:
792RS - which look like a new twisted 5 spoke
793RS - appear to be a sculpted Multi Spoke
794RS - V-5 we assume to be a 5 spoke variant
797RS - Split 5 which is a style indicative of HRE

Vehicle Fitments should include:

Sports Cars - Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, BMW
Sedans - Mid-Size Sedans, Large Sedans (7-series, S-Class, Maserati)

Sizes - 19″ - 22″

As far as we can tell, the fasteners are hidden inside these new HRE 790RS series' 3-piece wheels designs. This offers a clean contemporary look which will continue to appeal to luxury & exotic market as well as current HRE Wheels aficionados.

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wow... I like those! How much will they weigh?
wow... I like those! How much will they weigh?
The weight will be just like the non- concave 590RS weights. 20x10.5 under 24 pounds
Stay tuned for more pics and new photo shoots.
Of course PM me for pricing as we are HRE's #1 Dealer and Distributor in the World. We can provide you with Full Wheel and tires packages with TPMS pre-installed into your wheels, ready for you to put them on and go for a drive.

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